About Us

Welcome to Lingualearn

Lingualearn is a large language consultancy offering a comprehensive range of high quality language products and services, e.g. translations & language courses. We cater for anyone with a need for international communications. Our website is an on-line resource centre for advice, information, language services, products to buy and useful links.


Language Learners

Different people learn in different ways. There is no best way to learn a language, just different ways that suit different people. We know from research by Rubin (1975) that the Good Language Learner is a willing and accurate guesser who has a strong drive to communicate is often not inhibited is prepared to attend to form a practises and monitors his own speech and the speech of others, and attends to meaning.

Personal Tutors

Lingualearn is able to offer the services of personal tutors for English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Chinese and Arabic. The tutors are all native speakers and experienced teachers of the target languages. Most tutors are able to offer tuition at the client's home, some prefer to work at their own home, and others will give lessons via the telephone, email and internet. We select our tutors very carefully.

Lingualearn Professionals

Consultants from the Lingualearn network are able to offer a very fast and flexible language testing service. We can test at almost any time and anywhere. The tests use well-designed criterion-referenced rating scales. These tests are suitable for screening applicants for positions that require language skills. Our telephone and email tests take about 45 minutes and cost around £50 `{`approx' $80 US`}`.

What We Offer

Popular Courses


In-Company Language Courses

Lingualearn is able to offer in-company courses for: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, Dutch and Swedish.  We have a very large network of language trainers on our books at present, all qualified and experienced native-speaker trainers.


Distance Language Courses

Lingualearn specialises in distance language courses.  These are ideal for people on the go, busy managers, people who like personal tuition, employees who have to travel abroad regularly and those who find it difficult to attend classes at fixed times.

Business Culture Training

Lingualearn’s business culture training is ideal for executives on the move and international business travellers who wish to find one easy way of preparing themselves for a foreign culture.  As all the information and advice is given by distance means, it is a very flexible service.


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Language Test

For senior appointments, we suggest a longer and more reliable test taking about two hours, with multiple raters to obtain a relatively high inter-rater reliability coefficient. Each test is followed by a detailed report on the language skills of the testee, and an estimate of their general language proficiency.  Quotations are available on request, but the cost of such tests is in the region of £100 [approx’ $160 US, EUR 140, $220 CAN] per test.


Online Courses

Pricing List

Popular Courses

  • Personal

  • $12/mo
    • General Language
    • Business English
    • Communication Skills
    • Exam Preparation
    • Executive Language

  • Standard Plus

  • $37/mo
    • IELTS Exam Preparation Courses
    • Cambridge English Courses
    • CELTA Courses
    • Communication Skills
    • Exam Preparation

  • Intensive

  • $53/mo
    • Standard General English
    • Intensive General English
    • IELTS Exam
    • CELTA Courses
    • Business English

Motivation for

Language Learning

Motivation is one of the keys to successful language learning.   Maintaining a high level of motivation during a period of language learning is one of the best ways to make the whole process more successful.  As each individual is motivated in different ways, we have to find the right balance of incentives to succeed (or “carrots”)  and disincentives to fail (or “sticks”), encouragement, and the right environment in which to learn.


From Our Blog

French or German – Which Language is Easier to Learn?

Learning a second language is highly valuable to any person because of the communication skills that are developed in the process. Being bilingual allows you to establish deep connections and cross-cultural friendships. 

What should be your go to foreign language? 

The French and German languages are both considered to be tier one languages for the native English speaker. 

What does that mean, exactly? 

Tier one languages are Western European languages and are the most similar to English. While French and German both fall into this category, it is suggested that French is the easier language to learn. This is mostly due to the complexity of German grammar. 

What Makes Learning French Easy?

The English languages pronunciation is not consistent.  Unless you are a native English speaker the rules will not come naturally to you and have proven to be difficult for non natives to learn. The silent letters and differences in feminine and masculine pronunciation may make French a difficult language to learn at first. There are several rules for French pronunciation that English speakers may have difficulties with. However, there is a big reason why those difficulties will be easy to overcome. 

French is a popular language that is spoken by nearly 76 million people around the world so chances are you are already at least somewhat familiar with it. You have at least heard soe French words. Just like in your native English language, when learning French you will already know and be prepared for issues pronouncing that gruff ‘r’ at first. You also know that many words end on silent letters, and you will  be aware of the fact that contractions are mandatory in the French language.

French, one of the major Romance languages, shares a large vocabulary with the English language. Throughout history of wars and conquests between France and England, pieces of the language parts were passed from one country to the other as the French-speaking government had a tremendous influence on the English language. It is estimated that nearly one-third of modern English has been influenced and passed down from the French language. 

Gender Pronouns

Native English speakers are used to gender pronouns that are directly associated with the biological sex of the noun while inanimate objects stay neutral. The whole concept can come off as pointless or confusing to English speakers. However, that does not change the fact that gender and gender pronouns are crucial to the French language. There are several rules that make this concept easy to comprehend. 

  1. Particular nouns relating to animals as males of the species are going to be masculine, like le taureau (bull). This rule holds true for females of a species, such as la jument (mare / female horse).

  2. There are generic terms, which can refer to either a male or female of a species. Le mouton for example, can be a sheep of either gender.
  1. Place names not ending in -e are masculine (Bordeaux). If they do end in -e, they’re feminine. (L’Irlande)
  1. Its relatively easy to guess the gender of a word, depending on the ending. Words ending in –ment, -er, -eau and –ou tend to be masculine, while words ending in, -tion, -sion, -son and -ée are feminine.

French is not a difficult language to learn so long as you can you can keep these gender rules and slight differences in mind. Be persistent and make learning a daily habit. With time the rules of pronunciation, silent letter and gender pronouns will come natur

What is The Best Age for Kids to Learn a Second Language?

Everyone should learn a second language fluidly. It’s something you’ve probably heard as a kid during some point in education.

Evidence suggests that it gets significantly more difficult to learn and retain a new language as you age. You know this all to well if you have tried picking up a different language when you’re older.

Parents have been grappling with if and when it makes sense to start teaching their children a new language.

You Have Longer Than You Think

A Harvard study suggested that children gain the natural ability to learn during the first 3 years of their life. Meaning that the earlier you start introducing new languages, the more likely a child will naturally pick up and retain the subject.

According to further research, 50% of our ability to learn is developed in the first 4 years of like, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t continue to learn quickly later in life. A new study suggests that we can continue to learn at a quick rate of 17 or 18. That being said, while children can learn quickly past the age of 10, it is unlikely that they would become fluent in a language if they begin learning later in life.

The Consensus

Parenting is hard enough, so if you’re fretting about whether or not you need to enroll your child in the next “Toddler French Master Class”, just take a breath.

Contrary to popular belief, you have more time to teach your child a second language than you think. Although, it definitely can’t hurt to start sooner rather than later. Those young tender years can set a child up to be fluently bilingual. But, if your child is older than 3 or 4, you still have plenty of time.

You can wait for your child to show an interest in a specific language, you can throw on a few educational TV shows, or even partake in a few flashcard sessions, but you don’t have to worry if you kid isn’t bilingual before they are potty trained.

Tips for Learning a Foreign Language

Have you ever been jealous of a friend or a colleague who can speak a foreign language without any trouble? Well, I’m pretty sure all of us would have been in that situation, and if you are motivated to learn a new language, we have listed down some of the tips to learn a foreign language. Learning a new language is not easy, you need to be dedicated and passionate about your goal. But at the same time, it is not impossible to learn another language. With a little patience and dedication, you can learn anything you want.

Find out what motivates you to learn the new language:

All of us have dreams, and most of us try to achieve it, but some of us due to the lack of motivation do not work hard enough to make our dreams come true. One of the key things to achieve your dream is to be passionate about it. There is a great difference between working towards something and being enthusiastic about something.  When you are passionate about your goal, you will be disciplined, and nothing can stop you. Learning a new language might be hard, but if you have something which drives you to learn it, you will have no trouble at all.

Think in the language you want to learn:

Most of us tend to think in our mother tongue. If you are trying to learn a new language, try to think in the language you want to learn. When you do that, you will be able to form sentences, and when you actually try to speak in that language, you will be able to talk without stammering.




Living in a place where the foreign is spoken is an added advantage:

If you happen to stay at a location where the local language is the language you want to learn, you have a great advantage. Since everyone will be speaking in that language, you will have no other option other than to speak in that foreign lingo. Wherever you go or do, you will be forced to read and speak in that language, and thus you will be able to learn better.

Embrace your mistakes:

We all are not superhuman, and we are meant to make mistakes. When you make a mistake, do not feel discouraged. Try to embrace your mistakes and learn from it. Making errors while learning is part of the whole process and so, when you make a mistake the next time, use it as a tool to improve rather than sulking about it.



Find various opportunities to speak in the language you are learning:

To be fluent in a particular language you need to learn to speak well in that specific language. Try to find opportunities to speak in the language you are learning so that you will be able to grasp the accent and the practice of speaking in that language.