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How to Learn a Language with Sentence Mining

What’s the most tedious part of learning a second language? For most people, it’s grammar and vocabulary. It usually takes many hours of senseless repetition and there’s no fun in that. Or at least, that is if you’re doing it wrong. While memorising lists of words and grammar rules is one of the most common ways(…)


4 Tips To Celebrate World Ocean Day Every Day

It’s World Ocean Day, a time to not only celebrate our beautiful oceans, but to reflect on our overall environmental impact. With just 228,000 known species in the ocean, and over 2 million unknown, the vast body of water that covers most of our planet is still largely a mystery. Human activities often have a(…)


5 most multicultural cities in the world

We live in a globalised world, where people move around all the time and make different countries and cities their home. In this way, we can be in places like Buenos Aires and speak in English with friends from the US, taste delicious kebabs from Turkey or dance to the rhythm of Brazilian samba. But(…)


Celebrate the International Day of Families!

In 1994, the UN’s Division for Inclusive Social Development (DISD) decided to observe the International Day of Families on May 15th every year. In 2020, it has become more relevant than ever. As stated by the UN, “It is the families who bear the brunt of the COVID-19 crisis, sheltering their members from harm, caring for(…)


Top 3 strategies to improve your language skills lightning-fast!

Are you learning a foreign language and want to become proficient and sound native-like after dedicating so much time and hard work to your studies? Language learning is not only about acquiring grammar knowledge and vocabulary, but also developing your productive and receptive skills and, crucially, practising them! The most effective way to learn a(…)


Celebrate Spanish Language Day, Wherever You Are in the World!

Spanish, the official language of more than 20 countries, today has 450-600 million speakers worldwide, and is the second most-spoken native language on the planet. Some researchers believe that there will be as many Spanish speakers as there are English ones by 2050.   In 2010, the UN decided to establish certain dates to celebrate(…)