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ShareLingo boosts your language learning process

Learning English or Spanish should not be a difficult task for any person. One of the most feared parts of learning a language is really interacting with native speakers.

In ShareLingo we make sure that fear is overcome and we pair English and Spanish native speakers who help each other in real time, practice conversations and have an exchange about their respective cultures.

RedScarfThis way, a real connection can be achieved between learners who will be able to recognize and respect diversity and strengthen ties between Anglo and Latino communities.

This approach is not only good for individuals, but also for businesses that want to make sure they can fulfill all of their customers need, no matter the language they speak.

We have special classes tailored for every business (including English or Spanish for nurses, teachers, restaurants and hotels, between many other categories).

Working together, we foster an immersion environment in which people overcome their fears and boost their learning process.

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About ShareLingo
The ShareLingo concept is really simple. Instead of learning from a white board or a computer, we help English learners meet Spanish learners for face-to-face practice together. A bilingual facilitator uses our method and materials to keep things moving so you are never bored. We have language learning solutions for individuals, businesses, non-profits, and schools. Learn more at www.sharelingo.org.

The guys are getting along much better, and I have seen my employees’ attitudes shift towards me. We laugh when I make mistakes and I recognize this makes me look more vulnerable and personable. Jeff and I feel that even if that’s all we get out of the class, that is money well spent.

JAMES – FUTURE FOAM

I really like ShareLingo classes because I work with a different person each week, so I get to practice with people who are at different levels, and who have different accents. It’s the only class I’ve ever seen like this!


ROBERTO – FIRSTBANK

Great learning environment for developing foreign language skills. I first studied Spanish using the Pimsleur program, it was great for learning some basic Spanish conversation, I have also taken courses at Colorado Free University as well as week long courses at language schools in Costa Rica and Bogota, Colombia. From my experience ShareLingo is about as close to attending a language school in a foreign country as anything I have experienced in my local community. Two thumbs up!–


BRIAN L – INDIVIDUAL

Hi Jacque – I just wanted to share with you that we had our first session on Monday, 9/22. From the KPIF team perspective we loved it!  With AEP closing in on us and so much to do, the team and I are strapped for time.  I asked them if they felt it was a worthwhile time investment to have them out of the field and I received a unanimous YES. They are all looking forward to the next session.  Thank you for setting us up for the KPIF team.

 

SHERYL B. – KAISER PERMANENTE

Kaiser Permanente Denver

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Sharelingo works actively with Kaiser Permanente and strenghtens its ties with latino community in Colorado.

Find more about Kaiser Permanente: http://www.kaiserpermanente.org

 


About ShareLingo
The ShareLingo concept is really simple. Instead of learning from a white board or a computer, we help English learners meet Spanish learners for face-to-face practice together. A bilingual facilitator uses our method and materials to keep things moving so you are never bored. We have language learning solutions for individuals, businesses, non-profits, and schools. Learn more at www.sharelingo.org.

Sharelingo Meet-and-Greet

If you are staying in a hotel, and you want to ask a staff person a question (Where’s the bar, ice, elevator, etc) and they don’t understand you, that’s frustrating, right? Well it’s frustrating (and embarrassing) for the staff as well. The same is true in any business in which the staff can’t easily communicate, at least on a basic level, with customers and clients.Continue reading