Often after finishing a Spanish immersion course, one isn’t prepared to lose the progress made during that time. Languages, like machines, need to be used or else they go rusty therefore we suggest some ways you can keep the language alive when your course ends. It’s important to take into account your interest and tastes, so you are doing it for pleasure and not as a daily chore.
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Finding a balance between providing your child with security and giving them opportunities to grow and challenge themselves can be difficult for any parent, especially as your child enters their teenage years. With the real world of college and job hunting waiting just around the corner, you want your child to have the confidence and skills they need to move forward in life and meet both its challenges and opportunities head-on.