Teachers, is it time to learn a language?

Teachers, is it time to learn a language?

Learn a language – the best way to prepare for life abroad

While you don’t need to speak another language in order to teach English, speaking some Spanish, French, Mandarin etc. before you go is bound to make your overseas experience all the richer.

There is no better way to immerse yourself in the local culture and reap all the benefits of being in a foreign country than to pick up a little of the language and build the foundations of your experience before you go.

By learning the foundations of the language before you head out, you’ll be able to communicate with the people who meet and greet you, go to the supermarket on your own, enjoy going down to a bar on your own and interacting with the locals there right from your very first day.

The best way to find the hidden treasures of a culture and a country, those amazing beaches, breath-taking views and stunning experiences, is to talk to the natives.

One-on-one online language tuition is one of the most convenient ways to achieve your language learning goals. By learning from native tutors online, with curriculums that are designed to make the learning fun and to get you talking as soon as possible, you’ll be speaking the language in no time at all!

NBTranslate provides just that. Fun, engaging, communicative one-on-one language tuition online. Their native teachers give you personalised classes via the internet with the focus being entirely on you. Studying with them means that you’ll be speaking the language as soon as possible, not just learning boring grammar and vocabulary that’s not practical to what you’ll be using it for – actual real life in another country!

Interested in hearing more? In the first instance email global-english tesol for more information.

  • Author: Louisa Walsh
  • Date: Thursday 12th September 2013


Amina Kassim

I Find this article very interesting and highly persuasive. I agree that it is a bonus and extremely beneficial to learn the language of the country you aim to teach at and I would like more information regarding this matter.
Thank you.

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