Author: Discovery Languages

Happy Birthday Discovery Languages!

The business is 2 years old! We want to thank all our past and present students, tutors and supporters. We could not have done it without you!

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5 things I’ve learned since starting my language school at the start of a global pandemic.

The people are the most important part. Tutors, students, business advisors, friends, family, supporters, likers on Facebook. It doesn’t work without them. Getting good business advice is crucial. We had […]

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Taboo

Taboo is a great game to help increase your communication skills in a foreign language. The main idea is people have to guess a word eg ‘bones’ but the person […]

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Learning the imperative

Recipes are a good way to learn the imperative or orders in a language. The imperative is often used speaking to children “Go to bed now!” or in military situations […]

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This PHONETIC LABYRINTH

A student gave me a copy of this poem, written during the 1940s. It is a truly wonderful thing to see the foibles and curiosities of the English language laid […]

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Vocabulary lists for language learning

What is your goal for learning a language? Do you want to read foreign language books or watch foreign language programs without your native language subtitles? Often lots of the […]

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Welcome to the Discovery Languages Blog

We love learning languages. Our blog aims to help make the learning process easier, and celebrate these amazing languages on the way!

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