Pronunciation is all about ‘how’ you say things. When you are learning a new language, it is difficult to make yourself sound just like a native speaker. It is a good goal to have, but is that really necessary? I ‘still’ sound fairly British when […]
As promised in my blog ‘Venturing out of my Comfort Zone‘ I will be sharing the teaching reminders I gained from teaching German to three English speaking expatriates in Berlin recently. The first blog post in this series talks about empathy and being on the same page/wavelength as your […]
Date/Datum: Tomorrow 10th May 2016 Where?/Wo?: Twitter & Facebook Hi, for those of you that need to improve your written Business English or want to ease yourself back into using your English by writing, after all it’s less intimidating than speaking, right? want to discover how to use Twitter for business networking […]
For those of you working in a German speaking market, or working with clients, suppliers or freelancers in either Germany, Austria or Switzerland, then Xing should be on your radar, it is the German language equivalent to the business networking portal, Linked In.
Before I moved to Germany, most people, including my colleagues and my bosses, seemed to think that I was pretty amazingly organised. I was always juggling career and social life pretty effectively, so it seemed, volunteering at the radio station at Hammersmith Hospital, preparing for […]