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Are you curious about setting up an international, inter-school language project? Spanish teacher Cristina Sánchez explains how to make it a success.
We asked Hitham Elhimmali, a young doctor in Tripoli, Libya, who is a debating champion and trainer in the British Council's Young Arab Voices programme.
What exactly is gendered language and why should you warn language learners about it? Jemma Prior explains.
Fatma Özdemir Uluç, who led a British Council-supported study into gender equality in Turkish schools, tells us how teachers can show children that boys and girls are equal.
Being an English language assistant gives you insight into a new culture. Laura Leichtfried, a language assistant in Alsace, France, tells us about the region.
How might moving to China help you grow as a person? We asked Kate Woodruff, who is taking part in the British Council's English Language Assistant programme.
Teacher and teacher trainer Svetlana Kandybovich, our latest TeachingEnglish blog award winner, shares her top tips for remembering new words.
Might you find your Valentine overseas? Four people taking part in the British Council's English Language Assistant programme shared tales of romantic encounters.
Are you moving to the UK for study or work? The British Council's Sophie Cannon explains some of the weird and wonderful words and phrases you might encounter.