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EXPOLINGUA Berlin: More international than ever before – and a special platform for a special kind of tourism

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EXPOLINGUA Berlin’s international diversity is one of the main reasons exhibitors and visitors attend the event and return year after year. This year’s edition will be held 18 – 19 November, and again more than 25 countries from around the globe will be represented. Besides many European countries, the list includes Argentina, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Martinique and Oman. Guatemala will have a big stand at this year’s international language fair. The Central American country, which is known to many as coffee exporter, is becoming an attractive travel destination for international tourism and language trips due to its multifaceted…

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Learning foreign languages: a question of attitude – and method

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Communication is everything. This frequently quoted principle not only applies to resolving conflicts, but also to learning languages. Many polyglots, people who speak many languages, begin to use their new language almost straight away. Their motto: It’s best to jump straight in at the deep end! By doing so, they are indeed relying on the other person’s willingness to understand and to take an interest in what they have to say. At the same time, however, they observe the native speakers during their conversations and work toward emulating their interlocutors’ facial expressions, gestures and the way they form the sounds…

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Variety is key! Early booking discount for Expolingua Berlin 2016

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Expolingua Berlin, Germany’s leading international exhibition for languages and cultures, is being held this year November 18th and 19th at the familiar and popular “Russisches Haus der Wissenschaft und Kultur” venue. Until May 15th, interested exhibitors such as language-course providers, language-study-travel organisers, exchange-programme organisations, language-app providers and publishers can receive a discount on registration. Whether it’s Spanish for a summer vacation or Chinese for continuing professional education, Expolingua offers the ideal platform for all things pertaining to teaching and learning foreign languages, from language courses at home or tablet learning on the go to experiencing foreign languages and cultures live.

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Expolingua Berlin wins 2015 Language Industry Award (LIA)

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Expolingua Berlin, the leading international exhibition for languages and cultures, is amongst the winners of the third edition of the Language Industry Awards. Expolingua Berlin was awarded as the “Best Learning and Networking Event 2015” after winning 32% of the votes. As the LIA team explained, a total of forty nominees for the eight Awards gathered over 21,000 votes, 7,000 more than last year. Again this year, around 100 national and international nominations were submitted from all corners of the language industry for the long list. Forty of these were shortlisted and competed for an Award. This year the LIAs…

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EXPOLINGUA Berlin once again highlighted the diversity of language learning

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EXPOLINGUA Berlin, the 28th International Fair for Languages and Cultures, provided a forum for visitors to discover and immerse themselves in the world of languages and cultures. 9,651 language enthusiasts visited the exhibition on November 21 – 22 to explore a broad spectrum of foreign language learning and teaching methods. 144 exhibitors from 27 countries presented a wide range of offerings from language courses; language study travels, teaching materials, and exchange programs, to modern language learning technologies like language learning apps. The broad range of visitors showed that you are never too young or too old to learn a new…

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Tongue twister video competition

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“Fischers Fritze fischt frische Fische. Frische Fische…” Tongue twisters are a popular way to practice a foreign language. ‘Tre Tigre’ (Three Tigers) in Italian, for example, is a fun and effective way to get used to rolling ‘Rs’. But tongue twisters, the often nonsensical, rapid sequence of rhyming words, can trip up even the most articulate native speakers. EXPOLINGUA Berlin is launching the “Twist your tongue” video contest and is calling for multilingual tongue twisters! All you need to do is send a short video of you saying a tongue twister in your language or, if you’re up to the…

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