English

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Toronto’s underground magical harmony

Contributed by Gabriela De Toni, ILSC-Toronto Journalism Student Crowds walking. Undistinguished conversations. People running out of time. That is just another common day in a Toronto subway station – and in subway stations all around the world. But there is always a chance to hear something magical happening: that musician that is always sympathetic and

French

Javier Pérez Mandujano - ILSC Montreal student

THE COLORS OF MONTREAL

Contributed by Javier Pérez Mandujano – Currently studying French at ILSC Montreal. It is hard to believe that people always see things in colors, especially when we don’t listen, we don’t understand, we just want to defend our position and force others to obey and follow our ideas. In this way, I find animals more

Continuing Education

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How to Text in Spanish Like a Native Speaker

Contributed by Jilynnette Centeno Millan , Spanish Instructor, ILSC-San Francisco Edited by Lacy Edney, Marketing and Social Media Coordinator, ILSC-San Francisco We are always communicating with others; if not by email, then by text messaging. Let’s be honest, most of us rarely ever talk on the phone unless it’s an emergency. Text messaging has a really important

Corporate Training

Language Learning is like a Track

5 Tips to Accelerate Your Language Learning

Contributed and edited by Lacy Edney, Marketing and Social Media Coordinator, ILSC-San Francisco I’ve been on the language learning track for a while. It all started with Spanish, which was more of a lackadaisical wandering through vocabulary and tenses that never seemed to sink in. French was a slow trot over some of those hurdles, but somehow

Community

Music for Revolution with Holly

Earth Expo at ILSC-Vancouver

Contributed by Mara Muller, Communications Coordinator, ILSC It’s Earth Month at ILSC, and exciting things are happening at our schools across the globe!  This past Friday,  over 100 students took part in a fantastic Earth Expo at ILSC-Vancouver, where they came to learn about a variety of important environmental issues, and what they could do

The Student Voice

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Toronto’s underground magical harmony

Contributed by Gabriela De Toni, ILSC-Toronto Journalism Student Crowds walking. Undistinguished conversations. People running out of time. That is just another common day in a Toronto subway station – and in subway stations all around the world. But there is always a chance to hear something magical happening: that musician that is always sympathetic and

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