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Welcome, would you like to revise/improve your language skills or revise English as a second language with us?


why learning languages?
With 1/5 of the world's population speaking English to a certain level of competence, we could convince ourselves that the English language is sufficient to communicate. In some ways it may be sufficient but we may need to be able to walk a few steps with non-native English speakers if we truly want to build relationships. On another level, the English language is rich with words that have been imported from various languages and other languages have adapted words from the English language, it can be quite fascinating to go on a journey of discovery. Last but not least, many of us travel or work abroad and languages can be useful to feel at home where we understand the words.English as a Second Language is  useful for any of  us who want to revise this language. We all know that in today's world it is an asset to be able to spell one's own language correctly and be able to deal with the written word.

Our language courses are free and we use our own artwork and material.  If you have access to the internet with a printer, this is a chance for you to try it. We make no promises but we would like to point out that anything you learn will be of benefit to you in one way or the other We are qualified to teach: English as a foreign language, French (all levels), German (all levels) and Spanish (beginner) . The other languages offered here are our homework to show you that we test the practicality of our own courses on ourselves.

Why wait? Start your own journey today
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English (ESL)
level 1 (beginner)
level 2 (intermediate)
level 3 (advanced)
poems-in-english
poems-from-northern-ireland
flashfiction by various authors

level 1 (beginner)
level 2 (intermediate)
level 3 (advanced)


level 1 (beginner)
level 2 (intermediate)
level 3 (advanced)
poems-in-german
council-of-europe (German/English)
johannes-urzidil

level 1 (beginner)
level 2 (intermediate) (homework)

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