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Learn Italian what for? For culture, art, design, architecture, music, fashion, cinema, sports, cookery, study, work, tourism, or for pleasure. Italian Language 3 month courses starting on 30th June and end on 11th September 2014./whats-on/italian-language-courses-6
A native Spanish speaker with experience tutoring at all levels. Introduction to Spanish language and Latin Culture, Conversational Spanish and Business Spanish for presentations and meetings./biz-directory/spanish-language-classes-and-tutoring
Learn Kiswahili the fun and easy way! I have more than a decade of experience teaching Kiswahili to hundreds of foreign visitors. As a former instructor with the United States .../biz-directory/a-kiswahili-language-instructor-and-cross-cultural
Will you and your partner stay together? The answer might be in your SMS text messages. Take the test! People who are in love tend to copy each other’s body language, but it’s now been shown that we do the same thing with language./lifestyle/is-your-sms-style-in-synch-for-love
If you understand your cat’s body language, it can help improve your relationship with her!What mood is your cat in? If her ears are up high and her tail straight, she's happy. If her ears are swiveled off to the side and her tail is high but slightly bent at the tip, she is very happy. But, if her tail is drooping, it is a sign of unhappiness or illness. If her tail is bushy, that usually means that you cat is ready for battle or might be afraid. When your cat’s tail is thrashing wildly, it means she is about to lose her temper (time to tell the kids to leave her alone), while a slowly wagging tail means alertness.Enjoy your feline freinds./lifestyle/pet-buzz-read-your-cats-body-language
The International School of Kenya is seeking to hire a qualified French Teacher to sub for a part-time elementary school French teacher who is proceeding for maternity leave./buy-sell/elementary-school-modern-language-teacher-french