Why learn French

French is the second most popular language at Euroasia, after Spanish. Here are some reasons why you should consider learning French: Together with English and Spanish, French is one of the most international of European languages, spoken in all the continents of the world. French was for centuries the...

Language classes next week

where buy cigarettes online Last chance to commence your language learning journey this year. We have an intake starting next week. Check out our timetable at www.euroasia.co.nz or call us at 0800 EUROASIA (0800 387627) Limited spaces available for Spanish Level 1 Thursday 16 October to 18 December @...

Learn languages or lose out on jobs

Britons are missing out on jobs at home and abroad because of their inability to speak languages other than English, the European Union commissioner for languages has warned. I came across an interesting article that is perhaps informative for us here in New Zealand. Leonard Orban, the EU commissioner...

Asians go home!

Yes, winstrol tablets it must be election time again. And once again it's time to pick on the Asians. spy app for iphone Why is it that it's always Asians and Arabs that get picked on? How come no one's calling for Pacific Islanders to be sent home? Is...

Why learn Spanish?

Spanish is the most popular language offered by Euroasia. We are often asked why is this language so popular. Here are some reasons. Spanish is unquestionably one of the world’s most important languages, spoken not only in Spain but also in most of the Americas, from California to Cape...

Want to go overseas but can't speak the language?

Recent government research published in the UK showed that two thirds of teenagers intend to work abroad in Europe or Asia when they leave school even though most of them speak no foreign language. This from Times Online: More than half (58 per cent) of 11-18 year olds say...

Global migration: #1 management challenge

Understandably, the foremost issue in the mind of most managers today is how to deal with the global recession. The focus, at least in the short term, is how to survive the downturn. This should be the time to be thinking about how to capitalise on the next upturn....

How does a Japanese person learn Chinese?

I had an interesting chat this afternoon with one of our Japanese students enrolled in the Chinese language course. We don't have many international students, seeing 90% of our clients are Kiwis. I was quite keen to explore how a Japanese person approaches language learning, compared to a Kiwi....

Chilean National Day celebrations

Today is the anniversary of Chile's independence from Spain. Our Spanish teacher, Jose is from Chile.  He and his friends are putting together a celebration next Saturday.  I thought maybe I should do some research to understand a bit more about Chile. This from the CIA Factbook: writing essay...