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How to say Happy Mother’s Day in 6 different languages

Mother’s Day is an international celebration that honours mothers, motherhood, the maternal bonds and influence they have in society. It’s commemorated on different days in many parts of the world, most commonly in March and May. Ofcourse, we should appreciate and honour our mothers all year round (they deserve it!). However, there’s one special day …

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BiCortex’s online language teacher – Get to know our teachers

Online language teacher Nelly Cruz offers both Spanish and English classes Nelly Cruz had been teaching for many years before she started working with BiCortex Languages in 2020. Nelly works as an online language teacher for both private and corporate clients, adapting her classes to their individual needs. To date she has worked on 19 …

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Why work relocation and language training should go hand-in-hand

Why work relocation and language training should go hand-in-hand Should I learn a new language if I am relocating? When you are considering relocating to another country, whether the motivations are professional or personal, you have no doubt wondered whether learning a language will be necessary. While you may be able to get by with …

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What is the future of language lessons online?

The future of language lessons online Will language lessons online be the norm for future education? Find out more on why the growth of online language learning due to the pandemic has led many to wonder whether it’s here to stay or not. The current state of online language lessons It’s no surprise that the …

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Germany’s challenge to expatriates – What you need to know!

Germany has changed Over the last five years my view of Germany and its people has completely changed But let’s start by the beginning to speak about the cultural challenges in Germany. I first lived in Germany ten years ago, where I attended university studying Business Management. I remember feeling Germany was one of the …

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