Filtered by Category: Intercultural and Language
Posted By Diane Mullen
Third-Culture Kid ...aha; that explains it! When I was younger, I didn’t know there was a term to describe a child who lives in a country (or countries) that’s different from their parents’ home country – an experience shared by many relocating kids!
Posted By Emmanuele Schweder
Does it make you uncomfortable to listen to a language that you cannot speak? Research shows that hearing two languages from birth neither creates language confusion nor slows down children’s fluency. Those findings support my personal goal to raise my son to be a bilingual speaker.
Posted By Patrice Heinzer
Clients often tell us that, even in countries considered to be well-known expat destinations, their assignees are surprised to find that the lack of language training is more of a hindrance than they expected. In many cases, this is because even if English is the common business language in large…
Posted By Ben Green
When it comes to relocating employees from the U.S. to the UK or vice versa, the last thing their Cartus consultant needs to think about is the necessity for language training. They speak the same language, don’t they?