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Congratulations Thomas! Your book “The Chilean National English Test: The Years 2001 – 2014” is live in the Kindle Store!

** Congratulations! Your book “The Chilean National English Test: The Years 2001 – 2014” is live in the Kindle Store and has been enrolled in KDP Select. It is available* for readers to purchase here. Book Description Publication Date: July … Continue reading

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High Intensity Language Learning: I Want to Be A Polyglot (Monolingual With Benefits)

The polyglot / hyperglot: They are not born, rather, they are born to be made. A riddle, a puzzle, an enigma. Why would anyone want to learn multiple languages? After all, isn’t the English language the only language you need … Continue reading

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International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (HETL)

Today, I want to introduce to you, the frequent reader of this blog, and to you, the casual reader / accidental reader of this blog, an excellent, a truly great organization of higher education professionals. I am talking about the … Continue reading

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Bilingualism is Good Brain Exercise for Kids (and Adults)

Bilingualism is Good Brain Exercise for Kids (and Adults) Patricia Kuhl Sep. 14, 2011 // 12:20 PM Source: Education Nation http://bit.ly/p5OjZl Babies are whizzes at taking in new information, especially when it comes to languages. At the University of Washington’s … Continue reading

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