Monthly Archives: March, 2016

Gender Bias and Language

When debating how men and women fit into certain work roles, none is more controversial than the gender bias often present in the teaching profession. In both the U.K. and the U.S., over 60% of teachers are women, unless you’re talking about university level professors, in which case most outside of language learning tend to(…)


Top 5 Subjects To Study In Germany

If you’re a prospective student but, like most students, have no idea which path to take, opportunities are waiting for you abroad. While the options of what and where to study can be daunting, Germany not only provides top class education but beautiful scenery, a rich history, and tons of culture. Interested? Browse through our(…)


Albright vs. Sarandon: How Feminist Rhetoric is Impacting the Presidential Race

Feminist rhetoric is playing a huge part in this round of U.S. presidential elections because, as I’m sure everyone is more than aware, powerhouse Hillary Clinton is a top dog in the bid for presidency. However, more often than not this same rhetoric takes on a heated tone, often veering into sexist waters which can(…)


Slang 2016: Just Where Are We?

Ever get the feeling that the people around you are speaking an entirely different language to you? We don’t mean that you’ve taken an impromptu holiday and found yourself surrounded by people speaking in a foreign tongue, although that doesn’t sound like the worst idea in the world really, now does it? No, what we’re(…)