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Foreign Language Learning

Data from 2014

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Au pair in Europe

The Au Pair Experience: Your Foot in the Door of a Journey Abroad?

Our authors Ana Oliveira and Karolina Pronckute share their insight into the challenging yet rewarding experience of working as an au pair, and explain why this role can lead to a longer-term career abroad.

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A fact of Life in European Union

A fact of Life in European Union

Multilingualism in EU

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This map of the most useful languages in Europe has been made by Jakub Marian (Jakubmarian.com)

The most useful language in Europe

Europeans voted English as the most useful foreign language

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Old names of Europe

Infographic: Europe in Old Names

Ancient names of European Cities

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Top Four Languages Studied in Europe

Top Four Languages Studied in Europe

The Most Commonly Studied Languages in Secondary Schools

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Babel Tower of Europe

Babel Tower of Europe

The Language of Europe is Translation - Multilingualism

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Erasmus+ Online Linguistic Support

Erasmus+ Online Linguistic Support

Erasmus+

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How has the Catholic church changed its tone?

How has the Catholic church changed its tone?

"I prefer a church which is bruised, hurting and dirty because it has been out on the streets, rather than a church which is unhealthy from being confined and from …

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What do you call that emotion?

What do you call that emotion?

According to a recent study, there are 1,022,000 words in the English language. Even with this plethora of expressions at our disposal, there are...

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Europeans agree on pineapple vs. ananas - disagree on bears

Europeans agree on pineapple vs. ananas - disagree on bears

As can be seen in these maps, the etymology or certain words is very, very similar across vast expanses of our continent, while others are different

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Which language exams do you have to pass to study abroad?

Which language exams do you have to pass to study abroad?

There are internationally standardized language certificates that enable students to go and study in another country - this article gives an overview

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The EU has 23 official languages - a pan-European language might help overcome the language barriers.

Would a common EU language help?

A "European language" could help to encourage the free movement across the continent. But at what cost?

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