• Spring Registration Open

    We are accepting students for our Spring Program

    Spring is finally here! Why not take advantage of the warming weather to prepare for your next international trip or just learn a new language and culture. Class registration ends this week for our classes that begin in April. We have full line of classes. Plus we are now offering Korean for the first time.


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  • English for All Levels

    Everyday English, Business English and TOEFL Prep

    Gain confidence when speaking in everyday life situations. Our courses cover different levels and teach the essential vocabulary, grammar, and everyday dialogues you need to know. We also offer a TOEFL Prep course to help you achieve the score you need to get into college.

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  • Really Speak a Language!

    6-Month Programs

    Learning to speak a language well and with confidence doesn't happen overnight. It takes dedication, motivation and a solid plan. You provide the first two and we will provide the third. Our new six-month programs are a cost-effective way to learn more than just the basics and learn to really speak a new language. Available this summer in Spanish, English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Arabic.

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Language Profile: Burmese

Burmese languageWith a growing Burmese population in Indiana, this language is fascinating to highlight with over 32 million speakers worldwide.

Burmese is a tonal language, meaning it uses pitch contour to modify the meanings of words; its three main tones (low, high, and creaky) are marked by diacritics or modified characters when written. The standard writing system (ca-lonh, or “round script”) is adapted from Mon script, which can be traced back to the Brahmi script of eastern India. Mon script first developed when letters were typically etched onto palm leaves, and writers had to avoid using straight lines to prevent the leaves from tearing. However, ca-lonh has not evolved over time in tandem along with modern colloquial Burmese, leading to major discrepancies between the pronunciation of the latter and the orthography of the former.

We offer private instruction in Burmese if you're interested.


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