So you’ve decided to finally take those foreign language classes you’ve always thought about—that’s exciting! Language classes provide an essential foundation when it comes to learning the grammar and usage of a new language. To really accelerate your learning, however, you’ll want to continue practicing what you’ve learned after class is over, and we’ve got 7 practical suggestions help you start doing that right now.
Some of the students at BridgeLanguages are learning a foreign language just for fun, and others, like John, have career goals in mind, too. John talked to us recently about how his private German classes at Bridge are part of his future plans to work abroad in Europe.
I honestly couldn’t imagine a better classroom environment than the one I have found at Bridge. Before I began my studies here I sat in on different classes all around the Denver Metro area. This program stood out to me because they had incredibly small class sizes which makes it possible to learn at a structured yet flexible pace.
Move over Spanish and French, Mandarin is moving in! This rich, musical language is spoken by almost a billion people worldwide, and is catching on as a second language choice for Westerners as well. Read more to learn why!
Meet Angela, a Russian teacher at Bridge in downtown Denver, Colorado. She offers her seasoned perspective on learning a new language, including practical advice for students of any language who want to see results fast!
Looking for language classes in Denver? Our downtown center, BridgeLanguages, offers Spanish, French, Portuguese, Arabic and many more foreign language courses, with the level and schedule that work for you! Keep reading to take a look inside our downtown Denver center.
No two languages are the same, and there are often fascinating differences between them. We promise you haven’t heard some of these little-known, interesting facts about languages around the world!
Luigina is an Italian teacher at Bridge, and has been in the field of language instruction for a number of years. She shares her insights into best ways to learn a language, how to deal with challenges in class, and tips to keep on learning when class is over.
Have you ever been interested in learning a certain language, but never had the chance to really study it? One of our students in Denver, Colleen, is learning French again, 10 years after first studying it in school! Read about Colleen’s experience here, and remember now is the time to learn a new language.
Spanish is the second most widely spoken language around the world, so it’s understandable that the language varies throughout Spanish-speaking countries. While every country speaks Spanish a little differently, there are some common differences between how it is spoken in Latin America vs. in Europe. If you’re looking to learn Spanish, it’s good to be aware of these differences between the dialects!