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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Isle of MTV Malta Special 2013

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Yes, Maltalingua were there : )

7th edition. Over 50,000 spectators… 4 international music acts… Local talent… The top event of the year… The massive Isle of MTV Malta Special 2013.

Maltalingua students were among the crowd, singing to the ever famous hits and moving their body to the music. A huge yellow Maltalingua flag could be spotted from a distance, which made it easier for the students and staff at Maltalingua to party together all through this spectacular event.

This year’s Eurovision Song Contest  representative, Gianluca Bezzina, and other Maltese artists kicked off the night. The British dance act, Rudimental were next on stage and the audience couldn’t stop moving to their high energy beats.

Everybody was singing to Rita Ora’s funky tunes, while Rita Ora’s dancers were shuffling on stage. Next on stage was the amazing Jessie J, who surprised the crowd more than once. With her latest bleached shaved hair, Jessie had the crowd mesmerised with her spectacular voice.

The last act to rock the stage was the multi-award winning, platinum selling producer and electro-dance DJ Afrojack who had the crowd asking for more.

By Katrin Risiott (Teacher)

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Why learn English? A world awaits to show you why!

Meet friends while travel
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Have you ever been in a foreign country and struggled to decipher a menu because of a lack of language skills? This is a problem many people encounter and often pointing and trying to mime just won’t work. English is one of the most useful languages globally for tourists and even just mastering the basics can help you get by in both English and non-English speaking countries.

You may get lucky and come across a speaker of your native language when you’re travelling but the chances are that if you wish to communicate with the locals, you’re going to need some English skills. Part of the charm when travelling is not only exploring a destination’s natural beauty and historical monuments but also experiencing its culture, traditions and heritage. All of this suddenly becomes a lot more accessible if you can communicate in a common language.

Why do people travel? One of the most common reasons is surely to meet like-minded people in exotic locations and share common experiences with these new friends. Yet how to make new friends, talk to strangers and express opinions without a common language? English language skills open doors when travelling, wherever in the world you may be, just ask anyone who has found a friend for life in a Cambodian hostel or shared good conversation in a backpackers bar in Melbourne. The ability to make these connections enhances your travelling experience and gives you living, breathing reminders of your time in a particular place.

How do you decide where to travel and review the destinations on your return? There are hundreds of travel blogs allowing users to share their experiences but a great number of these are written in…you’ve guessed it…English! Many travel blogs such as tripandtravelblog.com  are inspiring young tourists to travel and offering practical advice on destinations, all made possible with English language skills!

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