Research has shown that a new approach to language learning produces results that are equal, and sometimes better, than face-to-face learning.COVID boosts online learning
While some schools have reopened and others struggle with the debate whether to open for in-person learning during the COVID pandemic, there’s one educational segment that’s been doing just fine during the COVID pandemic.Getting the most from online language learning
Forced to hunker down by the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people have been driven online to work, shop, for entertainment and to learn.Canada’s “special days;” commemorate culture, ethnicity
Canada, like most countries, designates specific days to celebrate religious, historical and cultural events. Many of these commemorate Canada’s multi-cultural heritage, which makes sense since Canada is one of the most culturally-diverse countries in the world.Canada immigration will increase due to COVID and culture
Canada has long been known as a country of inclusion, one that (unlike some other countries) welcomes immigrants. This is true even in COVID times.Savings, diversity and geography lure filmmakers to Canada
Welcome to Tinseltown!
We’re not talking about Hollywood, but “Hollywood North,” Vancouver, Toronto, Montréal and many other locations across the country which have become a hotspot for movie and television production.
Get paid to learn another language
Don’t think of language learning as an expense. Think of it as an investment. There may be a big payday at the end.Some cultural sites are not what they seem
Travel is a major reason people take language learning and cultural training. Be careful, however, some historic sites are not what they seem.Differing responses to COVID-19; culture is a factor
People around the world continue having questions about the COVID-19 pandemic, including which countries are best responding to the COVID-19 crisis, which are the worst, and why.More accolades for Berlitz Method
“Berlitz’s approach to teaching languages is comprehensive and enjoyable, and is a fun way to expand your language proficiency,” Nathan.Travel any way, while staying inside
Nine-tenths of the world now have travel restrictions as result of the COVID-19. Millions of us are stuck indoors.How language originated
Language learners spend a lot of time talking about their target languages, but not so much time talking about language, itself.Staying engaged while learning a second language
There are sometimes ups and downs for even the best language students using the best learning approach. A key is, don’t let the down points stop your progress.Online language learning: A great option in these times
As with many parts of the world, COVID-19 is having a profound effect on Canadian life; borders have been closed to non-citizens and non-permanent residents, offices and stores have been shut and schools closed.Finding success in language learning
There are many approaches to language learning. Some work better than others.Reasons not to learn a language, and why they don’t work
There are many reasons to learn a language and some reasons not; but these most common reasons don’t hold water.Language learning can help make you happy
There has been a lot of evidence, and we’ve shared it, about the health benefits of learning a new language. Studying and speaking a second language exercises the mind and has been documented to help delay such conditions as dementia and Alzheimer’s, improve memory, mental functions and make you a better multi-tasker.Canada: The birthplace of sports
Hockey might be Canada’s national sport, but its rich history and diversified cultural heritage has contributed to sports around the world, far beyond the hockey arena.Five facts you may not know about Canada
Here are some interesting, but little-known facts, about Canada and Canadians.French Canadian and English—There are Commonalities
Canada is officially a bilingual country; French Canadian is French Canadian and English is English. Right?