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Launching next year is ‘Lingo Land Homestay’, a new and unique opportunity to visit the up-and coming-city of Manchester, whilst receiving tailored tuition from Lingora Founder & born and bred Englishman, Edmund.
We may be ‘speaking’ the same language, but are we ‘looking’ the same language?
Chat is the most common way that the 7.442 billion of us in the world communicate and it can be a handy way of improving our speaking and listening skills in our target language.
How many people speak English?
As a first language: 350 billion people
As a second language: 430 million people
Skating onto your Spotify with dancing queens, young and sweet only seventeen, the one and only ABBA are a fine and prime specimen of the most popular karaoke artists of all time. Amongst their lively lyrics that are worthy of a table dance or two, or your own resounding rendition at the top of your lungs*, are a whole bunch of idioms in our target language. From the release of their very first single back in 1974, the Swedish pop band are STLL selling a gobsmacking one million songs a year – (MmmmHMMM! My jaw dropped too.
This weekend was Father’s Day - the day when Dad can put his feet up, blast music from his stereo and crack as many terrible jokes as possible… and not have anyone complain about it. Sounding familiar?
But let’s admit it. Sometimes we just can’t hold back a smile and to wave goodbye to Father’s Day for another year, we’ve listed our ‘Top 5 Dad puns across different cultures’ for you to enjoy and we invite you to share yours!
1. French Language
Histoire de pomme de terre
Us humans are social beings and a whopping 65% of us are visual learners. That means yep. You guessed it. We learn best from seeing and putting our skills to the test by meeting new people. We are all ears when it comes to getting to know new, modernistic methods for learning a foreign language, but constantly listening to audiobooks and YouTube tutorials can soon be become boring. Rather than filling out revision cards on repeat, we want to talk to REAL people and not just hide behind a screen.