For more than ten years, Lingoo have been offering language exchange holidays for adults and family groups learning English, French, Spanish, German, Italian and many other languages. You might be studying for a professional qualification, brushing up on your language skills or just want a more authentic language immersion experience. A tailor made language exchange holiday could be the language learning option you have been seeking. Just like a traditional language exchange, two Lingoo members offer hospitality to each other in their own homes. For example, you can stay in the home of a French Lingoo member for an authentic language immersion experience. Later, you host your French language exchange partner in your own home for a similar experience.
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Foreign Exchange Programs for Adults
Adult Exchange | Englewood, OH
Did you miss the study abroad train when you were still in college? Still dealing with FOMO? Study abroad is not just for kids. You can find tons of programs offering study abroad for recent college graduates. Maybe you want to dive into a new culture or practice those rusty language skills you learned in high school or college. Whatever your reason, the door to study abroad for adults is always wide open.
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Language exchange for adults
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Spending extended time abroad on a gap year or a working holiday is often seen as "kid stuff," reserved for lucky, fresh-faced graduates who haven't yet entered the workforce or taken on real responsibilities. But that outlook is shortsighted: Even a brief stint abroad on an exchange program can transform your perspective and benefit your career at any stage of the game. It's easy to make excuses, but going abroad has never been easier -- the problem is narrowing down your options. To choose an adult-friendly exchange program, think about how you'd like to spend your time abroad and what the experience's key takeaways should be. Most people's plans will fit within these three categories: cultural or language immersion, working holidays or volunteering.
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