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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Verbalists Education at the most important North American event for education professionals

May 13-16, 2022 – ICEF Toronto, the largest North American event for international education professionals

19–MAY–2022 | There was a great deal of excitement leading up to ICEF Toronto, with many in the education industry looking forward to catching up with friends and colleagues in person after such a long period apart. And this year’s ICEF Toronto event certainly did not disappoint. A total of 414 educators representing 248 institutions from Canada and the US joined the event.

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Voices of vanishing worlds – endangered languages

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

Top 10 universities in the world for 2021

This year’s rankings are launched at a challenging time for the whole world, with COVID-19 impacting universities and students alike. The latest QS World University Rankings reveals the top 1,000 universities from around the world, covering 80 different locations. There are 47 new entrants in this year’s top 1,000 while over 5,500 universities were evaluated and considered for inclusion.

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