Ok, so maybe laminating your book report helped you get that A+ in English class, but it takes a little more effort to learn a foreign language and learn it well. At Fluent City, we are convinced that exposing yourself (to a language…get your head out of the gutter) is the easiest and most fun way to study.
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New York is the only place in the world where you can experience the best food from around the globe all within walking distance. Did you know that Queens is the most ethnically diverse 115 square miles in the entire country? Step out and check out a restaurant that has fare from the country you are studying! Try to read everything on the menu and guess what everything is before reading the English translation – or better yet go somewhere that doesn’t have any English on the menu and ask for recommendations. The best part is that your waiter will probably speak the language being served. If you go out for enchiladas, ask questions and order in Spanish!
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