Language is a Social Skill. Practice it with Other People.
Learning to speak a language is not the acquisition of knowledge, but the development of a skill. This requires practice, but also motivation and support.
Classroom study can help, but it can never get you all the way there. We need to get out of our books and into relationships with people who speak the language we want to speak! Working together is not only more effective, but also more fun.
Our Proficiency Action Plans are like hiring a personal trainer for your language and cultural goals; we help you develop a reasonable, flexible plan, while providing structure and support that works for you. Connecting you with native or highly fluent “Culture Guides” make it even more motivating and authentic.
Pasarela (English Speakers)
Footbridge (English Learners)