Travelling corner: Bristol by bike (part 2)
In my humble opinion, Bristol is not the easiest place to cycle, as it’s quite hilly, but the bike trips I want to recommend today are not too challenging, they’re definitely family-friendly 🙂 I usually cycle with my family at weekends and we use a bike trailer for our two...Read more
Travelling corner: Bristol by bike (part 1)
In my humble opinion, Bristol is not the easiest place to cycle as it’s quite hilly, but the bike trips I want to recommend today are not too challenging – they’re definitely family-friendly 🙂 I usually cycle with my family at weekends and we use a bike trailer for our...Read more
Where can I practise my language-speaking skills in Bristol?
So you have been learning a new language for a while now and you are making a lot of progress, but you feel like something is missing. You can practise reading and writing and listening… but where can you practise speaking? This post looks at where you can practise speaking...Read more
Travelling Corner: 5 Ideas for Long-Distance Walks in Bristol (Part 2)
David Bathrust writes ‘[d]espite the increasingly sophisticated range of leisure pursuits and interests available to us, walking still enjoys huge popularity as a form of recreation’ and I myself cannot think of a better free time activity. Fortunately, Bristol has many beautiful parks and woods to explore and below are...Read more
Travelling Corner: 5 Ideas for Short-Distance Walks in Bristol (Part 1)
I am a keen walker and I always give my legs priority over any other form of transportation. However, it is not always possible to have enough time for a long walk (but there will be a follow-up post on long-distance walking ideas, too!). Below I have prepared my favourite...Read more
Interview with Multilingual Matters
Multilingual Matters is an international independent publishing house with lists in the areas of bilingualism, second/foreign language learning, sociolinguistics, translation and books for parents. Most publishing companies tend to be based in London. Why did you choose Bristol? The company was originally based in Clevedon where the company’s founders Mike...Read more
Welcome to Bristol Languages!
Welcome to Bristol Languages, a blog run by language enthusiasts. We are linguists: translators, interpreters, language tutors, travellers, language learners and university students who decided to embark upon this fascinating journey of writing a blog, as we want to understand better the genius that each language represents (Humboldt) and explore...Read more