A Bridge Spanish Teacher’s Top 5 Movies for Learners


Practicing your listening skills is key to learning a foreign language, but it doesn’t have to be boring. Watching movies or listening to music in your language of choice is a fun way become accustomed to the sound of language, to learn new vocabulary (including slang) and to get a taste of the culture at the same time. Bridge Spanish teacher, Lily, shares favorite movies in Spanish.

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Valentine’s Spotlight: Max Learns German at Bridge


There are many reasons to learn a new language, and this Valentine’s Day, we’re highlighting one of the best ones. Meet Max, from Colorado, who took Beginner German classes at BridgeLanguages with a few language goals in mind… not least of which was to communicate with a certain German au pair he met and wanted to know better. Read how, as Max describes it, “Learning a language opens doors.”

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Meet Norman, Japanese Language Student at Bridge


Do you have a goal in mind when it comes to learning a foreign language? Maybe you’d like to take a trip abroad, communicate with someone special, or broaden your job opportunities. Norman, a Japanese language student at Bridge in downtown Denver, has his own goal in mind. He shared with us about why he decided to challenge himself by re-learning the Japanese of his childhood in retirement, and what his goal is for the coming year.

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No More Excuses! Myths About Learning a Second Language


Katya Kuhns, Russian teacher at BridgeLanguages in Denver, understands what it takes to learn a foreign language. That’s because she is not only an instructor, but has also spent time on the other side of the desk, studying English, Korean, and now Spanish. She’s got answers for the most common excuses she’s heard about learning a foreign language.

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Planning Your Upcoming Event with an Interpreter


Do you have an upcoming meeting or presentation with a foreign language audience involved? If so, interpreters are a key part of your planning process, since the interpreter will be the voice of your organization. Start your event planning early to make sure your upcoming event, with interpretation, is a seamless experience for you and your diverse attendees.

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