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Five Reasons Why You Should Learn Portuguese

Five Reasons Why You Should Learn Portuguese

Learn Portuguese and discover hidden treasures on four continents. Portuguese is gaining prominence in the world of business, as one of the official languages of the European Union and the language of key sporting events such as the World Cup and Rio2016 Summer Olympics. Be it Portugal’s musical festivals or Brazil’s dance carnivals and passion for football – discover vibrant and popular cultures...

Different Varieties of The English Language

English, the world over

English is the most widely-spoken language in the world, having the distinct status of being the official language of multiple countries. While the English language is uniform with major variations in spelling present between American English and British English, the dialect or accent is usually the factor that enables one to distinguish the various types of English out there.

Educating the Evil Away

Educating the Evil Away

Evil, we’ve experienced every sort throughout our brief time here as a species- and for the longest time; these evils were defined to be external entities. We’re now at a rather strange era in our evolution, one in which we as a whole have made the evil an internal aspect of our livelihoods. A study conducted by The Joseph Rowntree Foundation was dedicated to these very evils and termed them as...

Building Communities – One Language At A Time

Building Communities - One Language At A Time

Dr. Alexander Waibel (2012) believes that it isn’t the lack of connectivity or the tools used to link one another but rather the absence of other forms, such as language and culture, which negatively affects the growing phenomenon of globalization and hinders the interdependence that is supposed to bring people across the world together.

10 Reasons Why A Trip to Lebanon is A Must

10 Reasons Why A Trip to Lebanon is A Must

Lebanon, a 5000 plus-year-old country, with a population of over 5 million people, is located in the Middle East, bordering the Mediterranean sea on one side, and Israel and Syria at the other. This small Mediterranean nation forms a fascinating connection between the West and the Middle East; of tradition and modernity; of Christianity and Islam. It’s where family, religion, and culture...

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