Vivaling: a new approach to language learning via video.
Are you worried your child will lose a native or second language?
Or does your child need rapid language learning & immersion for a move overseas?
VivaLing offers a new approach to language learning:
VivaLing coaches can teach your child Spanish, French, German, English or Mandarin from age three and throughout their schooling. Classes are not only fun but will ensure your child retains a second language or a mother tongue, and quickly pick up a new language if you’re moving overseas.
But there’s more.
Adults can also take VivaLing classes to be able to converse with locals before travelling or moving abroad. You can also learn a foreign language you need in your workplace to in preparation for language exams.
Book your free trial session now
P.S: – You can use this promotional code after taking your first free trial session with VivaLing: MUMABROAD10
Felicity Elms is Head of Talent Development at VivaLing online language school.
She lived in Mexico for 10 years before returning to live in the UK with her young son and understands the struggle to keep a bilingual child’s unused language alive.
In this MumAbroad interview she talks about the VivaLing approach to learning a foreign language via video. She describes the learning style as ‘energetic’ and ‘passionate’ as well as ‘educational’. For example: if a child is interested in football or Harry Potter, VivaLing coaches will use those interests as a platform for language learning that stays fun and relevant.
Find out more on the website: https://vivaling.com/
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MumAbroad was founded in 2007 as a resource for expat mums who struggled without the support of their extended family.
By 2014, the network had grown to include information on child-related services, schools, family activities, shops, family holidays and restaurants across Spain and three other European countries. The international network is proud to feature a Women in Business directory, giving home-country, expat and immigrant women a platform to reinvent themselves after maternity leave and serve the MumAbroad community.
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