Little Language Classes:

Our classes are typically taught weekly in (45) minute intervals and are designed for specific ages. Whenever possible, classes are taught by native speakers so that the true pronunciation and passion to teach their native tongue can be heard in every word.  Classes are designed to follow the schools' activities weekly lessons so that the students can apply the vocabulary to a fresh concept.  They learn in English and then again in a second language while having fun along the way!


Spanish 

Spanish is spoken by more than 800 million people in 60 courntries including the United States and Canada. Many of our neighboring countries speak Spanish.  Since Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese are essentially dialects of the same language, if you learn Spanish, you are well on your way to learning these other languages.  


French

French is an official language for over 140 million people around the world.  It is also the second language for millions across the globe. There are French speakers in Europe, North and South America, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and the South Pacific. Geographically, France is the biggest country in Western Europe. Approximately 45% of English vocabulary is derived from French.  Therefore, you can also enhance your English vocabulary and grammer by learning French. 


Italian

Italian is the closest language to Latin.  Many people rate Italian as the most beautiful language.  In addition to increasing your marketability in the workplace, knowing Italian can make European travel much more desirable.  


German

German is the most widely spoken language in Europe. More people speak German as their native language than any other language in Europe. It is not surprising since Germany's 83 million inhabitants make it the most populous European nation. But not only the residents of Germany speak German. It is also an official language of Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Liechtenstein. And it is the native language of a significant portion of the population in northern Italy, eastern Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, eastern France, parts of Poland, the Czech Republic, Russia, and Romania, as well as in other parts of Europe. 


Mandarin Chinese

Why Mandarin? Mandarin Chinese is the most widely-spoken language in the world.  According to Wikipedia.com, more thank 1.427 billion people speak Mandarin between China (1.4 billion), Taiwan (23 million), and Singapore (4.58 million).  If your child works for any large corporation one day, chances are that they will need to know Chinese at some point in their career. Is Mandarin Chinese too difficult for my child to learn? No, not at all! Mandarin Chinese is much easier to learn than European languages in many ways:

-No subject/verb agreement
-No plurals
-No conjugations
-No tenses
-Simple numbering system which is applied to dates and time expressions
-Simple conditional sentences


Japanese

As Japan continues to maintain its position as the 2nd largest economy in the world, the necessity to learn Japanese is increasing.  Some of the world's most well known international companies are of Japanese origin.  The demand for persons with the ability to speak Japanese is only going to increase.  


Arabic

Arabic is the official language of many international organizations, including NATO. It is spoken through most of the Middle East and North Africa. There is even discussion about increasing federal funding to teach foreign languages in schools that are considered critical for national security.  Whether you want to learn Arabic for the challenge or just realize the potential for job choices one day, Arabic could be an excellent language choice for your child.  Read this article: Arabic Moves to Head of Foreign Languages


 *Based on teacher availability

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