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Anthropologists define culture as “a complex whole that includes knowledge, ideas, art, law, morals, customs, and any potential habits acquired by man as a member of a particular culture.” These are all aspects that differ from one place to another and have a strong influence on the language locally spoken. That is why it is […]

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Everyone knows that the most important part of learning a new language is increasing your vocabulary. You can get by without much of grammar but you can neither speak nor understand a language if you don’t know the words. So, the most pressing point in your progress is to try and memorise as many new […]

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Speaking is usually the main aim for most people learning a foreign language. But there just seems to be something frightening about opening your mouth and speaking those first words in a foreign tongue. This is why Michael B – one of our English teachers in Brussels – has agreed to give you some tips […]

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As there are some similarities between English and German, it can be easy to make the rookie mistake of directly translating idiomatic expressions in the hope that they’ll make sense to your unsuspecting German friend. Some corkers that I’ve busted out in the past include “Hoch fünf!” (High five!) and “Es ist nicht vorbei bis […]

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