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How to raise bilingual children

How to raise bilingual children

How do you raise bilingual children? If you want your children to become bilingual, in English and your language you will have to work at it. Relying just on English lessons is not enough to achieve fluency, so you will have to do some work at home too. Here are four...

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The path to English fluency

The path to English fluency

What are the steps to English fluency? The road to fluent English might look like climbing a mountain to you. It might look like a range of mountains, not just one, as soon as you conquer one part of English, something else emerges through the mist and you realise...

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Creating your English-speaking home

Creating your English-speaking home

Do you want to speak more English with your children at home? It might seem like a huge task, maybe even scary too. I live in Japan, with my two children, and we've created an English speaking home here. Here are 6 tips to use more English at home. Make it fun...

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Women in Language 2022

Women in Language 2022

Women in Language is back for 2022 If you've never heard about this event, it's one of the biggest online events in the world of languages. It's inspiring, motivating, interesting and fun. The event takes place over 3 days and is all online and is open to anyone in...

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What I’ve learnt from teaching online

What I’ve learnt from teaching online

Teaching online lessons in the past two years has been a big learning curve for me, like the rest of the world. I've been running Mums' English Circle for more than two years and had members from 9 different countries. Here are five qualities MEC members have brought...

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The story of Mums’ English Circle

The story of Mums’ English Circle

Why did I start Mums' English Circle, and where did the idea come from? Read on for the full story... Before... I've been an English teacher for over 12 years now. I used to work in London in public relations, and while I enjoyed that it was not something I wanted to...

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