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THE 7 ROLES OF A TEACHER IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Nola A., a Senior English Instructor at Eton Institute, provides a useful insight into the roles relevant to today’s teaching. The 7 Roles of a Teacher in the 21st Century: Think about the type of lesson you normally teach: In which roles are you often involved? Are there any roles in which you have less experience? […]

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7 HISTORIC PLACES YOU MUST VISIT IN THE UAE

The UAE is not just about tall buildings and modern skyscrapers. It is also a rich host of cultural places that boast stories and experiences, transcending time and people. That is why the UAE has been tagged as one of the most visited countries in the world, projecting to gather 20 million visitors by 2020. Here are 7 […]

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5 BENEFITS OF LEARNING A NEW LANGUAGE WHEN TRAVELLING

Learning a new language has proven to have various benefits time and again. More so than it has any disadvantage. From the biological part of training your brain and improving memory, to helping in landing a job abroad, being multilingual opens many doors to many far stretched opportunities. Aside from this, learning a new language also […]

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10 EMIRATI WORDS YOU’LL HEAR (IN ALMOST) EVERY CONVERSATION

Marhaba is the simplest form of greeting that’s used across all the Arabic speaking countries. Yeah, you’ve heard it and if you’re living or have lived in the Middle East then you surely know it (and possibly use it too!). In the Emirati dialect, the word el-saa’ is added after marhaba making it marhaba el-saa’, which […]

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Top 5 Tips for a Successful Culture Change when Relocating

Whether you’re moving abroad as part of a business assignment or moving overseas in pursuit of adventure, there are a variety of steps that you can take to ensure that your cultural transition is as smooth as possible. Here are our Top Five steps that you should take, before moving abroad: 1. Start learning the […]

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10 EMIRATI WORDS YOU’LL HEAR (IN ALMOST) EVERY CONVERSATION

Marhaba is the simplest form of greeting that’s used across all the Arabic speaking countries. Yeah, you’ve heard it and if you’re living or have lived in the Middle East then you surely know it (and possibly use it too!). In the Emirati dialect, the word el-saa’ is added after marhaba making it marhaba el-saa’, which […]

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