Book review: The Hidden Messages in Water by Masaru Emoto
20 May 2020
What you know is possible in your heart is possible. Masaru Emoto Today, I’m reviewing an amazing book about water. About water? On a language-related blog? Yes! 🙂 The author is a Japanese scientist who, through his research, discovered some fascinating truths about water. The read may inspire you to travel to Japan or to… Read more Read More...
Book review: Maximize your child bilingual ability by Adam Beck
13 May 2020
Read, read, read. William Faulkner An essential guidebook to children’s bilingualism. It’s a practical handbook for parents wishing to get a grasp of bilingual upbringing, it answers many questions and provides a step-by-step guide to having a bilingual family. Adam Beck, the author of the book is an American living in Japan who is raising… Read more Read More...
Travelling corner: Cornish Delight. A Weekend away in South-East Cornwall
06 May 2020
Oh Cornwall, it feels so good to be there, even for a weekend. Today, I’m taking you to South-East Cornwall and we’ll stay in Looe and spend the weekend exploring this part of Cornwall (aka visit my favourite places). Friday afternoon I would start with some sea-bathing time and my favourite place (not far away… Read more Read More...
Book review: How languages changed my life
22 Apr 2020
‘The decision to learn a foreign language is (…) an act of friendship’ John le Carré It’s a fascinating read which should be compulsory for those studying/learning/living with foreign languages. The book “How languages changed my life” (Project MEITS) contains 26 stories written by people whose lives were transformed by languages. It made me think… Read more Read More...
Bilingualism: How can you home-school children bilingually?
15 Apr 2020
The limits of my language are the limits of my world. Ludwig Wittgenstein Today, I’m bringing up a subject very relevant to our family: bilingual home-schooling. As schools remain closed, we parents need to educate our children, and those bringing their children up bilingually have an even harder task: to prepare content in two or… Read more Read More...
Easter wishes from Bristol Language School
08 Apr 2020
We would like to wish you all a lovely Easter break. BTW, we’re starting our SPRING language term very soon, on Monday 20th April 2020. You can study Arabic, Chinese Mandarin, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish this spring at BLS. Enrol now! Thank you for learning languages with us and see… Read more Read More...
Travelling corner: My ‘little’ guide to Bath
25 Mar 2020
We often travel to Bath, as it’s only 12-minutes away by train, so we use the opportunity to visit this town regularly. Personally, I really like the architecture of the town, its elegance, charm and uniqueness. I like strolling around Bath without an aim and popping into little cafes for a sip of tea. What… Read more Read More...
Book review: WABI SABI by Beth Kempton
18 Mar 2020
“The forest does not care what your hair looks like. The mountains don’t move for any job title. The rivers keep running regardless of your social-media following, salary or your popularity. The flowers keep on blooming, whether or not you make mistakes. Nature just is, and welcomes you, just as you are.” Beth Kempton I… Read more Read More...
Travelling corner: A day on the most beautiful beach (with kids!)
11 Mar 2020
We went to Wales to finally visit Rhossili Beach which is often ranked as one of the most beautiful beaches in the UK. To give you some context, I’ll add that we went there with our two daughters. It was winter. Cold, windy, rainy… you know the weather (just ideal for a day trip to… Read more Read More...
Learn a language: My new language challenge!
04 Mar 2020