Of the world’s 6,500 living languages, half will cease to be spoken by the end of this century. Most of these endangered languages are oral speech forms, with little if any traditional written literature. If undocumented, these tongues – each representing a unique insight into human cognition and its most powerful defining feature, language – risk disappearing without trace. READ MORE
As a leader in interactive teaching and learning, at the Verbalists Language Network we talk a lot about inspiration. But what does it really mean for you as a teacher and how can you feel inspired yourself and become inspirational for others? Verbalists partner Céline Aloé talks about inspiration in our new episode of Speak Your Mind! READ MORE
There are many different methods for teaching the alphabet, and ways you can make it fun for the students; here is our FuNTASTIC way: READ MORE
“This Italian “more is more” attitude shows up throughout Italy.”
Verbalists Education is a leading internationally accredited language network, with more than 5,000 language teaching professionals worldwide as members, many of them from the emerging markets. We strive to empower teachers to provide inspiring learning experiences. Therefore, we are very excited about our ongoing partnership with UKLC and iteach, which has recently resulted in a series of free webinars, exclusive to our member teachers and education professionals. One of the most exciting web events will happen next week:READ MORE
If you want to improve your pronunciation and speaking skills, then try the shadowing practice.READ MORE
Even after years of education or learning English, there are still some things in grammar that can be messed up. It’s easy for grammar mistakes to slip by.
Based on our extensive experience in teaching English, we have prepared one of the most comprehensive lists of common mistakes made when writing or speaking English. The Verbalists Language Network brings you the 200 grammatical errors we all need to stop making. Once you see which mistakes resonate with you most, make a mental note to avoid them in the future, or just bookmark this page to remind yourself of them again and again. READ MORE