“Language learning begins with the tongue” I couldn’t have phrased this quote any better! Learning a language can make you feel all types of ways; frustration without fail comes first but it’s not a competition. No one is trying to win the prize for being the worst noun here, but how great would it be […]Read More
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We all have that one friend who has an unusually strong interest in foreign languages, or who comes from a multicultural family. Polyglots view the world a little differently and tend to have habits that come from studying languages, travelling, or being in an international environment. You’ll recognise which one is your multilingual friend in […]Read More
If you ever find yourself questioning “why should I live abroad?” or maybe you’re at that stage in university where everyone is deciding to take a year out. Well, to save you some confusion, we’ve outlined 11 lessons you learn from your time abroad. “Why move abroad” – “You’ll become so independent!” “You’re going to […]Read More
Graduating this year? Don’t panic! Everyone else is experiencing the same conflicting feelings as you ?? Get ready for a whole new confusing and beautiful era of your life! Have you found yourself saying these contradictions recently? #1 “I’m so relieved that exams are finally over… Years of study have all come down to the last couple of […]Read More
The process of language learning can sometimes resemble the stages of grief and despair. But battle on, soldiers! The final stages will make up for everything. The Take-Off It’s all excitement; all you can see is the novelty of the language and the culture; all you can see is yourself travelling and mingling with locals […]Read More
Homesickness Abroad Is Part Of The Process With all the excitement of moving abroad and the sheer volume of organisation involved, you were never given time to prepare yourself emotionally for the journey ahead. But honestly, nothing and no one prepares you for this part; you’ve been abroad for a while, maybe weeks or even […]Read More