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Experience the Big Apple without emptying your bank account

Contributed by Jillian Diaz, Activities Department Coodinator at ILSC New York New York City is known for its fast-pace liveliness. With an abundance of activities available, experiencing life in NYC is a MUST! If you’re looking for a way to customize your stay in the Big Apple, here are some tips to get the best experience

The Student Voice

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My story through pictures: Noori Shekh

Contributed by Kathryn North and Noori Shekh from ILSC New Delhi ILSC-New Delhi’s Learn to Earn (LTE) program provides English and job skills training to help underprivileged young Indian women expand their opportunities for future success. This is the story of Noori Shekh who currently studies Political Science by correspondence. She hopes to become a teacher in this field

English

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We’ve come this far, let’s EOR!

Contributed by Neeraj Balhara, Activities Coordinator at ILSC–New Delhi Throughout the ILSC community, ILSC–New Delhi’s English on the Road (EOR) trips are a well-known offering that is synonymous with our school. However, India has much more to offer than any one person can experience in a lifetime. 5,000 years of history, 780 spoken languages, an infinite

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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

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How to Improve Your Spanish Listening Skills

Contributed by Jilynnette Centeno Millan , Spanish Instructor, ILSC-San Francisco Edited by Lacy Edney, Marketing and Social Media Coordinator, ILSC-San Francisco Learning a language requires patience, dedication and motivation. I often ask my students how many of them are musicians or play sports, and what these activities have in common. Most of them raise their hands and acknowledge

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