Approximately 375 million people have English as their first language, and today it is the third most spoken, native language.
Currently, it is probably the most important worldwide, both for natives and for those who speak it as a second language. This means that it is the main language spoken by many, and is considered an essential language for communication between cultures.
Why learn English? There are many various reasons.
It is very easy to find inspiration to write about reasons for choosing Liverpool as a destination for your personal journey of learning from other cultures and also, improve your English. If you have doubts or are thinking about already…Well, you’ve come to the right place.
Liverpool is a friendly city with a multicultural history that still remains in its buildings and its people. Every street or road has the trace of a millenarian history and between their old walls, you can find and feel the scent of ancient ages of architecture combined with the modernism so particular of Liverpool City. Not in vain, it was declared by UNESCO World Heritage Site. Liverpool got one of the largest collections of Grade I listed buildings in the UK and largest cathedral in Britain.
That´s the Wonder One in our list: The Liverpool (Anglican) Cathedral, the largest in the whole of the UK and the fifth largest in the world, unique and fascinating which amazingly survived two world wars. The height of its walls makes them disappears in front of our eyes and the beauty and solemnity of the art paintings and sculptures take our breath away. Note that Liverpool has two cathedrals, the Catholic Cathedral is a beautiful building too and very much worthy of a mention.
Learning a new language is undoubtedly one of the best decisions one can make: it improves the way you think, enriches your knowledge and opens so many doors, both personally and professionally. However, many may argue that despite being very useful, it is also a difficult target to reach.
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- 16 Aug 2018
Are you a patient and empathetic person, pursuing a career as a registered nurse in the UK?
If the answer is YES we have good news for you!
National Health Service (NHS) is recruiting and is looking for people just like you!
Whether you would like to have a new beginning in a big city like London or in a more cosy environment like traditional Chester or North Wales, this opportunity is for you!
Some options for your destination:
Teachers are in high demand to teach English in Ecuador, no degree is required. The Ministry of Education of Ecuador has initiated a program called “Time to Teach” just to teach English language to the most vulnerable children and youth of the country. This requires a large number of participants who would like to be part of such a rewarding experience.
200 vacancies are currently available. The deadline to receive candidates applications is November 1st, 2016.
If you need more information, please read the program details and needed requirements to participate.