Tag Archives: language
December 7, 2012

Oh la la! My Favourite French Cinema

Vive la France! – the birthplace of cinema and the 3rd largest film market in admissions and revenue in the world; its films are often overlooked by the brain-candy fed leaders, the United States. Contrary to much of American cinema (the word cinema seems to overstate the quality of films coming from state-side), French cinema is wonderfully […]

July 15, 2012

Language is a Bridge

A Brief History of Italian Language & Gestures As a follow-up to the previous lesson explaining the various Italian hand gestures, Mr Bernardoni gives a lesson on the history of Italian language and it’s development. Mr Andrea Bernardoni is a lawyer, author and professor of Italian language and culture at ARCA Italian School Bologna in […]

February 6, 2012

Oh no! I’ve reached a language learning plateau!

Recently one of my clients confessed that she didn’t feel she was progressing as quickly learning French as she had hoped and expected.  This is a common problem for language learners all over the world and there are several tips to help go beyond this language learning plateau.  Read on for some brief suggestions and […]