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The Connection Between Booze and Language Learning

Posted by: Tarin Keith | Author: 07/30/15 | Categories: English Language, Language In The News

FINALLY here’s some news we all wanted to hear! Alcohol really can make you better at learning a foreign language. I mean, it really does make sense. Have you ever experienced being in a Parisian restaurant, attempting to practice your French, only to be stared down by […]… Learn more »

Body Language Dos and Don’ts For Business

Posted by: Tarin Keith | Author: 09/16/14 | Categories: English Language, Language Learning Tips

Language comes in all forms. Body language goes a long way when it comes to business… and just about everything else. Here is some insight into how gestures can help you win respect in the workplace. You might be surprised…   1. Don’t Cross Your […]… Learn more »

Babies Benefitting from Being Bilingual!

Posted by: Tarin Keith | Author: 09/08/14 | Categories: Multilingual Children, Second Language Acquisition

According to an article in The Independent, research shows that the benefits of being bilingual start at an incredibly young age, as young as six months to be exact. Researchers from the National University of Singapore and the Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences worked collaboritevly with surrounding […]… Learn more »

Bilinguals Can Pay Attention Better

Posted by: Tom Means | Author: 05/04/14 | Categories: Language In The News, Second Language Acquisition

In an article just published by Robert Lee Hotz in the Wall Street Journal (link below), diverse findings are shared that prove more benefits for speaking an additional language. I will highlight the five main points: 1. Speaking more than one language might change the […]… Learn more »

Raising a Bilingual Child

Posted by: Tom Means | Author: 04/18/14 | Categories: Multilingual Children, Second Language Acquisition

Raising a Bilingual Child As I am now a new parent (see pic!), I am ready to put the following research-proven theories to work: 1. Children can learn multiple languages at the same time. The human brain is wired in such a way that a […]… Learn more »