Learn a New Language






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Language Levels offered


Low Beginner

Learn essential vocabulary and simple grammatical structures necessary for everyday communication. Learn to express elementary needs, understand statements, and ask simple questions.


High Beginner

Learn to understand basic sentences and frequently-used expressions, communicate in simple and routine tasks, describe your background and immediate environment.



Learn to understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar everyday subjects. Start, maintain and close simple face-to-face conversation on topics that are familiar or of personal interest.


Upper Intermediate

Learn to understand the main ideas of complex speech and text on both concrete and abstract topics, interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers possible.



Learn to express yourself fluently and spontaneously; use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes; understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts.

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*Levels based on the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)

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How long does it usually take to learn a new language?

The time it takes to learn a new language varies widely depending on factors such as the language’s complexity, similarity to your native language, the amount of time you dedicate to learning each day, and your prior language learning experience. Generally, achieving basic proficiency can take several months to a year, but becoming fluent may require several years of consistent effort and practice. Contact us to get started today.

How do I start learning a new language?

Start by selecting a language that captivates your interest or aligns with your goals. Enroll in language classes and choose a schedule that fits your schedule. Be consistent and practice daily. Try to immerse yourself in the language through media and interaction for a well-rounded and effective learning experience.

How can I learn a new language by myself?

You can try to learn a new language by yourself through a combination of self-guided resources, such as language learning apps, online courses, and textbooks. Set realistic goals, establish a consistent study routine, immerse yourself in the language through media consumption, and actively practice speaking and writing. Many students find that this is not enough and complement self-study by enrolling in language classes.

Can adults still learn a new language?

Yes, adults can definitely learn a new language. While the process may require more effort than for children, adults can leverage their existing language skills and cognitive abilities to become proficient language learners. Consistency, practice, and a positive mindset are key factors in successful language acquisition for adults.