Category: The Abroad Guide

There are many challenges living abroad but the one common thing that most people are scared about is being by themselves. To leave your hometown, your comfort zone and your already established network of friends and family is not an easy

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“To speak a language is to take on a world, a culture.” ― Frantz Fanon Language learning is very important because it can connect you with people and places. It gives you a deeper understanding of someone else’s culture. When living abroad,

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If you ever wanted to learn a new language, I recommend that you test the waters on your own before working with a teacher. Learning on your own has many benefits: you can set your own goals and track your

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Translating between languages are always fun. There is bound to be some mix-ups, confusion and a loss in meaning when you try translating between languages. If I have learned anything living abroad these few years, it is how languages work

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The first time I heard about teaching abroad was in university. I think I was walking through some career fair and was so excited that I wouldn’t need any special qualifications such as a teaching degree. All I needed was to

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