As the owner of a language school, I am always looking into new and different methods on how to teach a new language. While surfing the Internet, I came across a Ted Talk hosted by Lýdia Machová who considers herself a language mentor (she should be, she knows 8 languages and has decided to learn

We live in a faced-paced world and we want everything right now. This doesn’t seem likely to change any time soon.   So how do you keep up?   You need to develop some special advantages to get a boost, help yourself stand out and survive in this crazy, modern world.   As our world

Proverbs about languages

Tuesday, 27 September 2016 by

We decided to add a few proverbs about languages and learning a language (or two). To learn a language is to have one more window from which to look at the world. – Chinese proverb Those who know many languages live as many lives as the languages they know. ‒ Czech proverb One who speaks

Spanish – Advanced Level

Monday, 06 January 2014 by

OBJECTIVES This course was created for individuals who can express themselves easily in Spanish, but who want to enrich their language and / or cultural knowledge. The participants know and use the almost all of the grammar rules and do not have many problems with the syntax. They express themselves in a clear and concise

OBJECTIVES This course was made for individuals who want to express themselves in Spanish, but who make a few mistakes. The intermediate advanced participants can adequately use, both written and orally, verbs conjugated in the past, present and future tenses. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to: Understand the essential

OBJECTIVES This course was conceived for those who can express themselves in Spanish, but in a limited manner, and who wish to improve their knowledge. The intermediate level participants can adequately use, both orally and in writing, verbs conjugated in the present, past and future. Also, they are able to correctly use the negative and

OBJECTIVES The advanced beginner understands and uses basic Spanish grammar as well as basic vocabulary (a few sentences and conjugation of some verbs). At this level, the participants should be able to progress quickly compared to the beginner level participants when it comes to acquiring new knowledge. At the end of this course, the participant

English – Advanced Level

Monday, 06 January 2014 by

OBJECTIVES Advanced level participants know and understand most of the grammatical and syntax rules. They express themselves fluidly and have remarkable skills when it comes to communicating with another speaker. At this point, the participants are more independent when it comes to their learning skills. Along with the instructor, they determine the specific linguistic aspects

OBJECTIVES Advanced intermediate participants already know many aspects of the English language. They are familiar with some topics and are able to communicate their ideas easily; however, they still need to review some grammatical elements of the language. At this level, the training focuses more and more on the participants’ strengths and weaknesses. At the

OBJECTIVES The intermediate level participants adequately use, both orally and in writing, the following verb tenses: Simple Present, Present Progressive, Simple Past, Past Progressive and Future. In addition, they use the negative and interrogative forms of these verb tenses. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to: Understand the essential points