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Change the language on your phone

You probably already know your way around your phone pretty well, so why not change the settings so it’s in your target language? Seeing the language pop up every time you look at your device – which, let’s face it, is pretty often for most people – can help etch it in your memory, and the regular exposure will keep you thinking about it throughout the day.

Hol fogadják el a Cambridge ILEC nyelvvizsgát?

A nem is olyan régen megújult Cambridge ESOL honlapon az alábbi linken lehet megtalálni azoknak az országoknak és intézményeknek a listáját, ahol elfogadják a  Cambridge ILEC (International Legal English Certificate) vizsgát: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/recognition/

Ha valaki külföldi tanulmányokat fontolgat, és van már valamilyen más Cambridge-i nyelvvizsgája, vagy nem tudja, hogy az adott intézményben melyiket kérik, akkor azt is megtalálja ebben az adatbázisban.

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10 small things you can do each day to learn a language

Learning a language can seem like a lengthy, difficult process and, at times, it can feel like you’re wading through a sticky bog unable to get to the other side. Too many people focus on the end goal without thinking about – and acting upon – a series of smaller tasks that will help them reach that end goal. Whilst it’s good to practice every day to keep everything fresh in your mind, you don’t have to sacrifice other things. Taking ten minutes here or there throughout your day is enough, especially if you incorporate the language learning process into your every day routine. So, we are going to post regularly these small things to make you more effevtive in learning English. Follow us!

(adapted from www.gamesforlanguage.com)