Language Learning Games for Your Weekend: DigitalDialects

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Ever since the Internet came along, language learning has become so much fun. (Well… so much more fun, we should say!) Online games and interactive tools are now a mainstay for millennial language learners across the board, and that should come as no surprise: they’re simple, quick, and allow the digital generation to pick up new words and phrases […]

U.S. Public vs. Private Schools: What’s the Difference?

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Navigating the U.S. school system is no easy task, and it poses a special challenge for those registering students for school for the first time. Your local school district can provide a wealth of helpful information and should be one of your first stops when beginning the process. To help you get started, here are […]

The 150th Juneteenth in Charleston


 Today, June 19th, is Juneteenth, a U.S. holiday that commemorates the emancipation of the last slaves in the United States. On June 8, 1865, Union General Gordon Granger led an occupation of Texas, whose slaves had not been affected by President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation two years earlier. The following morning, June 19, 1865 – exactly 150 […]

Learn English with these Resources

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We have all been there… Sitting in class with a pile of new books that cost a fortune to buy, wondering if we would ever use them!  Now you are starting to improve your English with ESL (English as a Second Language) or EFL (English as a Foreign) classes.  And good news, this time around, […]

The Top 10 Foreign Languages Spoken in the U.S. (Part 3/3)

A few days ago, we launched a feature sharing the top ten most commonly spoken languages in the United States, the regions and cities in which they are most prominent, and the industries in which those language skills may serve you professionally. On Tuesday, we looked at numbers 8, 9, and 10: Italian, Russian, and Arabic. […]