Plymouth. Due to its coastal climate and proximity to France, Plymouth has always played an important role in tourism and trade. With a £4.3 million economy that is still mostly maritime-based, Plymouth maintains an active relationship with ports in Spain and France. And with growing Middle Eastern and Chinese communities, it’s becoming more common to hear a wide variety of languages in the city. The University of Plymouth and Tamar Science Park also make for an environment of research and innovation, providing jobs for thousands of employees from England and overseas.
As Plymouth becomes increasingly multicultural, it’s becoming more and more necessary to learn a foreign language. Whether you’re working at the dockyard, studying at the university, or planning on traveling abroad, being able to communicate with international colleagues is an invaluable skill. Take one of our free online language level tests to test your skill level, and then send us an enquiry and we’ll get you started with a language package right in your area!
Interesting Language Facts
Europe boasts about 225 indigenous languages.
There are approximately 6,1912 living languages in the world today.
Over half of the world’s population is bilingual.
Plymouth's twin city is: Gdynia, Poland
Our clients include:
Basell Polyolefins UK
The Law School
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”The lessons are going very well and I'm really enjoying my teacher.”Japanese course in Worthing
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