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Oscar Wilde about language

Oscar Wilde was an Irish poet and writer who used different forms troughout the 1880s. In the early 1890s he became one of the most popular writers in London. His parents were Anglo-Irish intellectuals in Dublin. Because of them Oscar Wilde became fluent in French and German early in life. In addition, Oscar Wilde tried …

20 facts about English

Every language has special qualities. That’s maybe the reason why we love learning different languages. But what do we really know about the English language? 20 facts about English 1) One of the shortest and also oldest words is “I”. 2) There are panagram sentences in English which means that the sentence contains every letter …

Infographic: 50 language facts

You may be aware that there are over 7.000 languages in the world, but did you know that one language goes extinct every two weeks? Do you know which country has the most languages, or which book is the most translated? Lucky for you we have the answers to these questions and more! Languages are …

Language schools in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, which is also known by its initials L.A., is the cultural, financial and commercial centre of Southern California and famous for the home of Hollywood. The city is the second most populous city in the United States and interesting for everybody. There you can life your dreams, surrounded by a unique landscape. Language …

New: Test your English!

Would you like to test your language skills in English? Yes? Great! Then we have good news for you! Recently, you have the possibility to test your English language skills on Coursefinders.com! → Here you can try it: Test your English! The language test is powered by Cambridge Assessment English and consists of 25 multiple …

Language schools in Dublin

Dublin – the capital and also the largest city of Ireland. The city has a lot of sights to explore, but also a vibrant nightlife. So you can drink a beer in a typical Irish pub or you can go dancing in one of the many nightclubs around St. Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street. But …