Learning a new language can be overwhelming. Whether you’re looking to brush up on your Spanish before a trip abroad or want to learn enough of the language so you can communicate with colleagues, you can quickly pick up some basics if you know what tools are available. Here is how to learn Spanish fast and have fun while doing it.
Have you ever considered learning a new language but thought to yourself, “There’s no way I could become fluent in 3 months!”? Think again! With the right amount of dedication and determination, you can make great strides towards fluency in a short period of time. Let’s take a look at some tips and tricks that can help you reach your goal faster.
With the new year comes a chance for a fresh start. Maybe you're looking to learn something new this year, or maybe you've decided that learning a new language is the way you want to challenge yourself. Whatever your reasons may be, staying motivated can certainly be difficult at times. Here are some tips on how to stay motivated while picking up a new language this year.
Arabic is one of the world’s most widely spoken languages, and yet, it remains relatively unknown to many language learners. If you’re looking to learn a new language, why not give Arabic a try? From its rich cultural heritage to its impressive career potential, there are plenty of good reasons to learn this fascinating language. Here are some of the top reasons why you should learn Arabic.
When visiting a foreign country, most people like to learn a few phrases in the local language... But if you visit different countries in Europe, which languages will you speak? We can assume that the most spoken language in Europe is English, but who is second? What are the most spoken foreign languages in Europe?
You have heard of allophone students, but you don't know what it means? In this article, we’ll give you a definition of the term allophone, which is mostly used in Quebec and in multilingual French-speaking countries.
When you hear French people speak, you can quickly realize that they use anglicisms, aka words borrowed from the English language. Why are there so many anglicisms in French? And if we want to avoid anglicisms, how can we replace them?
Do you work as a nurse and want to practice in Canada? You will need to provide proof of your English proficiency and therefore take the CELBAN test. To get the score you need to pass the exam, here are some tips on how to prepare and all the information on the CELBAN.
Working, eating, taking care of your family, seeing friends, working out... It's often difficult to find time to take online courses, whether it's some language courses or other learning courses. After all, the day is only 24 hours long and you need to sleep. So, to finally find the time to improve your foreign language skills, here are some tips...
Do you need to take the CELPIP (Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program) to evaluate your level of English? This test, accepted by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) as well as by many colleges and universities in Canada, lasts about 3 hours and is composed of four parts. At Global Lingua, we can help you prepare for the CELPIP. Learn more about our CELPIP test preparation courses.