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Due to COVID-19, online classes are the next best option as accessibility to physical classes and interaction are restricted due to safety reasons. For those who are not accustomed to learning online, this will be a whole new experience for you. That said, there is no need to be apprehensive as it will get easier as you go on. Moreover, if you are considering online language classes for the first time, you will need all the tips and help you can get so that you can better acclimate to a different

There have been many discussions on forums and on social media platforms about how online learning can prove to be much more beneficial than traditional learning. However, that doesn’t mean that traditional classes are no longer optimal. Traditional classes have always offered a great way for students to learn with like-minded people and share their learning together. As more time has passed, online courses have started to receive much more appreciation by students due to their advantages and benefits for certain individuals. If you have ever doubted online learning, you are

Now with the Circuit Breaker measures, many have taken this chance to pick up a new skill. Apart from alleviating the boredom from being cooped up at home for the majority of the time, you can also improve yourself by developing your skillsets. Furthermore, with the Internet, this has become so much easier as it is both flexible and convenient whilst simultaneously presenting you with numerous opportunities. 1. Certification What better way to show that you’ve learnt a new skill if you have a tangible proof to show for it. The certificates

Taking that first step to learn a new language can be daunting, but once you get the hang of it, the language becomes much easier to learn – be it online or in classes. In fact, language learners don't simply choose to learn a language because they want to, but because they feel that it is necessary, and it is the right thing to do. To get around the world safely and without stress or pressure, learning a language, especially for a country that you are travelling to, can help

The Korean language is enjoying vast popularity these days, not just thanks to the still-strong K-craze, but also due to the status of South Korea as a robust economic and educational hub. Spoken by about 80 million people worldwide, Korean is amongst the top 30 most-spoken languages in the world. These few reasons are enough for many people to pick up learning the Korean language, leading to a boom in demand and availability of Korean classes in Singapore and worldwide. With so many Korean language schools in Singapore, it’s likely that

A language exchange buddy is a valuable resource when you’re learning a new language. They not only assist you in your journey to pick up a language, but they also provide natural human interaction that is hard to come by when you’ve enrolled in a formal class. In exchange, you can also help them with their proficiency in another language, say English. Your language exchange buddy doesn’t necessarily have to be a native speaker of the foreign language you’re trying to learn, but its best to practice with someone who is

It is no new news that language is an essential aspect of a person’s life. Communication is key in all types of relationship - be it platonic, romantic or pure business. Mastering a language is, thus, important lest you jeopardise the rapport you have another with low language and communication skills. Compared to the soft skills that make up communication skills – emotional intelligence, empathy and confidence being some of them – language skills are slightly more straightforward and less challenging to foster. That is to say, these skills are

Despite its challenges, learning a foreign language has many advantages.  The ability to make new friends, improvements in cognitive ability and making travel convenience are all beneficial side effects of being bilingual, trilingual and so on. The process behind it is the most challenging and tiring part, especially when trying to incorporating the practice into your daily life. To achieve your goals, you will first need to find a method that will allow you to spend your time strategically and effectively, without compromising the quality of your learning. Before you go scratching

Learning a new language, especially as an adult, can be an intimidating experience.  Compared to a child, an adult has to invest considerably more time and effort to achieve the same progress. If you are currently in the middle of learning a language – hats off to you.  Sometimes, the biggest hurdle to overcome is first to start, so if you already have your head deep in the textbooks, you’re well on your way. Explored below are a few of the most commonly experienced challenges new learners face when starting their

Despite being a rather young country, South Korea is a nation rich in tradition and history. If you wish to dive deep into its quirks, the best approach is to, of course, to see and experience the country for yourself. However, there is also another avenue far more accessible and isn’t as costly: the Korean language. Here are 3 interesting facts about the language that divulge historical facts about the nation. 1. Its Very Own Unique Alphabet – Hangul Before they had their own writing script, Koreans adopted Classical Chinese as their

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