As we all know very well, in order to get the job of our dreams, passing through a harsh interview process is among the basic steps and for a step that is so significant to take us to our dream job being well prepared is essential. World is changing in a stunning pace and people no longer prefer to be dependent on one single job for a life time. That is why it is something an extra attention should be paid to and a plenty of time should be spent for the preparation before the meeting. After a short entry to emphasize the importance of the topic, we can begin with some critical hints to be taken into consideration;)
A few weeks have passed since bab.la announced the results of the Top 100 Language Lovers competition 2013. Now we have contacted the winner of the Top 100 Language Lovers, Judy Jenner, who has also secured first place among the Top 25 Twitter Account. She told us about her very successful Twitter account and the enthusiasm from her followers for language and translation.
Paris, fashion capital? It is at any rate reputed for it. How is Paris perceived today on the international fashion scene? What do “French fashion” and “French luxury” mean today? An expert of fashion gives us her opinion on the current perception of fashion and luxury throughout the world.
With 742 nominations, our team read many blog posts, Tweets and Facebook comments. Great content about many different topics, in and about many languages, it was quite a herculean, albeit fascinating task to review each and every one of them
It’s so cool to be the first in the world to say “I speak English with my colleagues pero hablo español with my familia…”
It’s not easy to motivate students so I often use computers and the Internet. They like it and this way of learning makes them more active.
I think English should import the Swedish verb ‘fika’, which means (approximately) ‘to have a social coffee break’. English and American workplaces would be much better if we fika’d every day.
Read newspaper articles everyday and watch films as often as you can – regularity is key when learning a language.