“Enjoy your food!” “How do you say that in Spanish?” “Que aproveche!” “And in Italian?” “Buon appetito!” “And in German?” “Guten Appetit!” “And in Greek?” “καλή όρεξη” And in Romanian, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, etc. – the list goes on. This would be a typical conversation we have with the interns of Modern Polyglots. We are… Read More Internship at Modern Polyglots
This is a question every Italian person, especially students and workers who desire to go abroad, ask themselves usually without getting an answer. Starting with a description of what it means to be fluent in a language: it is known that it is the ability to speak, to write and to express oneself in a… Read More SOME REASONS WHY ITALIANS DON’T SPEAK ENGLISH VERY WELL
台湾与中国的差异 Vs. 你会说中文吗？(Do you speak Chinese?) When I first arrived in Taiwan, I would answer this question saying: 我会说一点儿中文 (I speak a little bit of Chinese). Very soon I learned, that in Taiwan people would realize I learned the Mainland Chinese when I said… Read More The Republic of China vs. The People’s Republic of China
Have you ever wondered which the best time of your life to move abroad is? Just read this article to get a clue.… Read More The best moment to go abroad for improving your language skills
This article shows the existing connection between sport and languages. Let’s start by saying that a language learner and an athlete share a hard work, motivation and perseverance…… Read More Sports and languages. And you, which sport do you practice?