According to a Forbes article, only 18 percent of Americans say they know how to speak a language other than English.
With airlines adding more flights all over the world to get the leg-up on their competition and apps like Skype allowing us to chat with anyone across the world with an internet connection, it seems silly that the majority of us don’t obtain the knowledge to verbally communicate with someone from another country.
Learn Language Hoboken’s owner Dana Marchionne thinks of language as a gift that should be shared, which is why she offers adult classes in Italian, French, Spanish and Mandarin as well as a variety of children’s classes.
At Learn Language Hoboken, anyone and everyone is capable of learning the second language of their choice. The classes are interactive and allow for students to become friends as they learn a new skill together.
Whether you have an upcoming business trip to a foreign country or you just want to give yourself a challenge, Learn Language’s helpful instructors and engaging lesson plans will have you bragging about your bilingual skills within a couple months.
For more information or to see the spring schedule, visit learnlanguagehoboken.com
Learn Language Hoboken
450 7th Street, Hoboken
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Lauren is a writer and blogger for The Digest. A lifelong Sussex County resident, Lauren has adventured out of the sticks of northwest New Jersey to join The Digest team. When she is not commuting in rush hour traffic, she is typically frolicking outdoors or cheering on the Yankees.