Interesting findings about lockdown language learning

Interesting findings about lockdown language learning Verbalists Education Beyond Borders Podcast

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30-SEP-2022 | Which languages were the most popular to learn in each country during the lockdown?

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The sinking boat led to the discovery of the big IELTS scam

The sinking boat led to the discovery of the big IELTS scam Verbalists Education Beyond Borders Podcast

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26-AUG-2022 | The IELTS scam came to light when Unites States border officials arrested six Indian students who tried to illegally enter the country on a boat from Canada.

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Learn English online with Kobe Bryant’s Dear Basketball

Learn English online with Kobe Bryant's Dear Basketball

In honor of Kobe Bryant, one of the greatest basketball players of all time, we wanted to bring you a special audio lesson where you will learn English online with Kobe Bryant and his Oscar-winning short film “Dear Basketball”.

We hope that this will bring you some inspiration, and that you will learn some things that will help you not only in English, but also in life.

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The Communication and Languages Group received special quality recognition

09-FEB-2022

The Communication and Languages Group recognized as one of LinkedIn’s “most engaging”

LinkedIn has just recognized the Communication and Languages Group as one of the best managed and most engaging groups on LinkedIn and selected it for their Inner Circle Program. The participation in the Program means that this Group will be afforded higher exposure and special features on the LinkedIn platform, thereby further enhancing its members’ experience and readership of the published content.

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English translation on France’s new ID cards angers traditionalists

28-JAN-2022

English translation on France’s new ID cards angers traditionalists Verbalists Education Beyond Borders Podcast

France’s new biometric identity cards, issued on August 2 last year, contain for the first time both French and English translations of all the fields, such as ‘name’, ‘address’, and ‘nationality’. This has sparked a big controversy. The French Academy, charged with defending the French language, is threatening to take the government to court over the use of English on the country’s new identity card.

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