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Some of the study abroad programs include language courses in Spain, France, Italy, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Mexico, Costa Rica, England, Ireland, Australia, Germany, Hungary, Czech Republic, China, Japan and many other countries for students and adults. In addition, some countries which are well-known for there unique cuisine and arts offer courses for foreigners too.
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Study abroad and learn a foreign language in another country.
Easily build conversations, Hear how words are pronounced, spelling, vocabulary, and start speaking quickly.
Excellent for beginners, intermediate and advanced speakers and for all levels.
Learn to speak, listen, read, and write a foreign language.
A small group will allow for more interaction because the teacher or students adapt the message to the listener's needs.
Children acquire language through a subconscious process as they are unaware of grammatical structure. They begin to get a sense of what is and isn't correct. In order to acquire a language, the learner needs a source of natural communication.
|Attempt to learn some new words|
|Respect beginners reluctance phase|
|Beware of beginners culture shock|
The English language has the most synonyms of any other language.
"Underground" is the only word in the English language that begins and ends with the letters "und.
There are thirteen languages spoken by more than 100 million people. They are: Mandarin Chinese, English, Hindi, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Bengali, Portuguese, Malay-Indonesian, French, Japanese, German, and Urdu.
6 out of 10 young Americans don't speak a foreign language. (Source: Nat'l Geographic)
The Philippines has more than 1,000 regional dialects and two official languages.
The letter most in use in the English language is "E" and the letter "Q" is least used.
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