What’s the Point?

by Anna Wainwright
December 4, 2014
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When over 1.2 billion people speak English to one degree or another, how do you convince someone that learning another language is actually very valuable (and fun)? Considering that 3 out of 4 of those English speakers aren’t even native speakers, that is a mind-blowing number of people who have learnt English on top of

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New Features: We’ve matched videos to your textbooks

by George
September 12, 2014
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Most of you use a text book and some of you started sending us in lists of those of our videos which complemented your textbooks. So we polished them up a bit and now we’ve got about a dozen of these PDFs which you can download and print out so that you’ll always have engaging

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Why do we need saving?

by George
January 24, 2012

There was an interesting article in the Telegraph yesterday about the slump in MFL learning in schools. It’s something we’ve all suspected, foreseen and dreaded for some time and now the DFE has given us the statistics: in GCSEs last year our 3 core languages fell year-on-year as follows: French down -15% ( to 154,221

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