Three Ways a Foreign Language Can Benefit your Career

Knowledge of  a foreign language other than your mother tongue isn’t only useful for travel, but it has also been proven to have a significant effect on your career path, with a wider set of opportunities becoming available – especially as part of an international company. This article will take a look at the five […]

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Language Apps Still No Match For Human Translators

Nowadays there seems to be an app for everything, from buying cinema tickets to mapping your jogging route, but some of the most widely used applications are those that translate one language into another. Apps such as Google Translate are free to download and promise fast and efficient translations; in reality, however, they shouldn’t be relied on fully for […]

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You’re Never Too Old to Learn a New Language

There is a well-known theory that, as you age, learning and achieving fluency in a new language becomes a lot harder. This can put off many adults from even attempting to get a grasp of the basics of learning a new language, but there is some good news as recent studies show that certain aspects […]

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The National Eisteddfod – A Celebration of all Things Welsh

With its roots dating back as far as the twelfth century, the Eisteddfod Festival has been officially held in Wales every year since the 1860s, with celebrations spanning the whole first week of August. More than 150,000 residents and visitors flood the host town for a wide range of activities, competitions and cultural awards, all taking place […]

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UKIP shows no respect for Welsh Language

A UKIP meeting held in the traditional Welsh-speaking town of Porthmadog was disturbed this week by two protesters declaring the party had ‘no respect’ for the Welsh language. During the public meeting at the politically-neutral Sportsman Hotel, activists Mr Roberts and Dr Brooks shouted over Deputy UKIP Leader, Paul Nuttall, during his speech, airing grievances […]

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New boost for the Welsh Language passed in the Sennedd

For more than fourteen centuries, the Welsh language has existed in a variety of forms and dialects, changing slowly over the years into the modern language spoken in Wales today. Far from dated and dying, Welsh is a vibrant and thriving language spoken daily across Wales and taught as standard in almost every school. New […]

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Learning the language of your land

Every year millions of people move to a new country for better job opportunities, a more pleasant style of living in a different culture or simply to retire. If you choose a country with the same main language as yours the transition is much easier, but what about those people who arrive in a new […]

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