Get the Most out of Your Language Garage Audio Workouts

Language Garage courses include short and sweet audio workouts. These are an essential complement to the live online sessions that you have with your native speaking instructor, and the review…

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Give Your Team a Leg Up with Language

Why should your company offer language training? There are lots of reasons to learn another language, both professional and personal. This Career Addict post lists 18, everything from widening job…

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Small Group Lessons at the Language Garage

Small group lessons at the Language Garage are the perfect option if you’re on a budget and are looking for a fun and convenient way to learn at home. Learn…

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It’s Not Brooshetta

The Italian small dish featuring toasted bread, diced tomatoes, basil, onions, olive oil is many things. It is delicious. It is healthy if not entirely low-carb. It is pretty easy…

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5 Ways Live Language Instruction Gets You Speaking

The internet is full of ways to learn a language that are not live instruction with another human being. There are videos, apps, games, podcasts, and more, a lot of…

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6 Tips for Learning a New Language

There’s work involved in learning a new language, but a lot of it can be unnecessary. If you have unrealistic expectations about your language, or yourself, you’re going to waste…

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Apps: Not the Lead, but a Fine Supporting Actor

I have a thing about wanting all of the content on my phone to appear on one screen. Obviously that means using folders. I have a folder for social media,…

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How a Little Writing Can Boost Your Language Learning

Many of us teachers strongly recommend that our students write. Why? Because writing will help you ‘visualize’ your thoughts. And your learning will accelerate drastically. Writing gives structure to the…

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It’s Not Just How You Learn, But What You Learn

If you’re a conscientious language student shopping around for a place to learn a new language, you’re probably interested in knowing how you’ll be taught. Is there a particular method?…

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Don’t Hate on Grammar

Image taken at Pongola Game Reserve in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. Languages are English, Afrikaans, and Zulu. Let’s try a little experiment. Check out these Zulu expressions: Ngikhathele namuhla. I’m tired…

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Which Language Learning Method Works?

How can you tell which language learning method works when they all claim to be the One? I’ve spent my entire professional and academic career in language instruction and linguistics,…

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Choose Your Program: Private, Semi-Private, or Small Group

The Language Garage offers private, semi-private, and small group lessons. Private is one-on-one, just you and the instructor. Semi-private is two, perfect if you and your friend or significant other…

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How the Language Garage Works

Here’s how the Language Garage works. When you sign up to learn a language with us, either private one-on-one, semi-private, or small group programs, you’re going to have both live…

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What’s a Language Garage?

The name We chose our name because it sounds like garage band, and we desperately hope that this doesn’t make you think of teenagers wailing in a garage. We were…

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