Glasgow Voted the World’s Friendliest City! Roughguides.com’s readers recently voted Glasgow the world’s friendliest city. While we at Live Language were not surprised about this ranking, we thought this would be a great opportunity to share with you why we think that Glasgow is not only the world’s friendliest city, but also the best place
Mrs Claus at Pollok House When: 28th November to 24th December 2015 | Where: Pollok House Mrs Claus is Keeping Christmas at Pollok House. Enjoy a truly magical family Christmas when you bring the children to meet the award-winning Mrs Claus at Pollok House. Read More IRN-BRU Carnival When: 23rd December 2015 to 17th January
Who said that language learning has to be boring? Here are 5 links that prove the opposite. Practise French through hit songs that you can’t stop listening to or stories you’ll remember. 8 French songs you’ll want to listen to Songs are a great way to help learn a language and if they’re catchy tunes,
As you’ve probably noticed, we are not having the greatest of summers this year. This doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy your time in Glasgow. Check out the museums! http://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/Pages/home.aspx Lots of the museums on the following link are free – we can heartily recommend the Museum of Religion and the Kelvingrove. Check out the
1. It’s not London! Glasgow is MUCH cheaper than the south of England. The average cost of living is significantly lower in the north. On average you will pay more than double to rent a property in London, 14 % more on weekly shopping and 10% more to eat in restaurants. Even a cup of
I have been studying at Live-language school for 5 weeks in February-March 2015. I was happy to be a part of school and its life. I enjoyed absolutely everything about school. First of all, I would like to mention that I had a perfect teachers – Jane, Heather, David, Allison. They are really professionals! I
New research by Cambridge scientists has revealed the personality types of the UK by region. “There’s a widespread belief that people in different parts of the country have different characters and in some ways this research was testing that idea,” Jason Rentfrow, a psychologist at Cambridge University said. For example, people who live in London
What have we to be happy about, I hear the cynical among you cry! Its always raining and grey! Well, according to recent research by Britain Thinks, the people of Glasgow are 12% happier and prouder about our city heritage than the rest of the UK. Heritage plays a powerful role in bringing people
This week we are talking to our Live Language Director Studies, Sharon Chalmers, about her up and coming presentation at the English UK Management Conference in York in March 2015. Sharon, tell us about your role here at Live Language…. I’m the Director of Studies which means I’m in charge of the all aspects
Interesting Facts About Running To celebrate the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, Live Language will be focusing on fitness! Every day we will be posting little motivational messages to improve your health, while practising your English, of course! To get us in the mood for this weekends marathon, read on to learn more about the benefits of
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