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Speaking in tongues, exchanging cultures and languages

by Valeria Marchetti

London is one of the world's most multicultural cities. You can find subcultures from many countries co-existing in this city. Some clever students are capitalizing on the readily available language tutors.

Maria and Natasha are two people who have decided to exchange their languages with each other. It's free and convenient as they do not have to worry about time-tabled classes at a university.

According to the Guardian 1.8 million foreigners have moved to London in the last decade.

Do you speak a foreign language?

More and more people choose to study a foreign language through meetings with native speakers. The Internet is full of this kind of opportunity; you need only to google "language exchange ."

Maria, 25 works as an Italian market research for an international company in London. "My native language is so useful. I got this job because my company needs a bilingual person to speak to Italian business partners."

Natasha, 26 from Russia, works in an International charity; she also admitted that being a bilingual was absolutely necessary in order to apply for her job.

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