The French Francophonie celebrated its 50th anniversary this year.

The 50th Anniversary of the French Francophonie

Many countries gained their independence after World War One. However, France retained its influence in selected countries in Africa and South-East Asia until the 1960s. As a result of this colonial era, many countries continue to use French as their national language. On March 20, 1970, 22 such countries sent representatives to Niamey, Niger, to […]

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How To Avoid Frustration At Learning A New Language

The easiest time in one’s life to learn a new language is childhood or adolescence as this is the time when everything is fresh and new, and the groundwork for learning is being laid. However, this does not mean that you cannot learn a new language as an adult! There may be some difficulties when […]

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Learn A New Language – French vs Spanish

So, you’ve decided that you want to learn a new language. The problem now is picking a language that’s worth learning. After all, you can learn a new language quickly, but you still want your time and effort to pay off! One question, we at the Agape School of Education hear quite often is;   […]

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Raising Bilingual Children: 10 Tips for Boosting Both Languages

Your toddler may think that he or she’s a complete superhero — and when it comes to language acquisition, it’s true! In particular, compared to adult language learners, children can pick up languages faster and more efficiently. While children can grow up to be completely bilingual, adult learners often suffer from a poor accent or […]

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