Score 20-27 points ANALYTICAL?
You may feel it is very important to be as accurate as possible all the time. You probably prefer the sort of language learning where you need to think carefully: for example when you are doing grammar exercises, working out the meaning of words, practising pronunciation, etc. This is often the sort of language learning you do in class or when you are studying alone. You may be able to improve your language learning. Look at the suggestions.
Score: 14-19 points MIXTURE?
You may find that you do not fall into either of the categories marked Analytical? or Relaxed? Many people are a mixture and learn in different ways at different times, depending on the situation and what they are doing.
Look at the description of Analytical? and Relaxed? This will help you to think about areas of your learning you might improve.
To improve your fluency;
Score: 8-13 points RELAXED?
You seem to "pick up" languages without really making too much effort and you usually enjoy communicating with people. You may sometimes feel, however, that you should be learning more grammar rules, but you probably don't enjoy this and quickly lose interest. You may be able to improve your language learning. Look at the suggestions.
To become more accurate:
Score: 0-7 points NOT SURE?
Your score does not mean that you are not, or cannot be a good language learner. Perhaps this is the first time that you have thought about the way that you learn. The fact that you are now thinking about the sort of learner you are is the first stage in forming your language learning strategies.
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"Each year the Babel module is rated 'outstanding' by our graduates. They feel really engaged and encouraged to learn and although some of them may have studied these topics at university, they have never experienced the content within such a multi-cultural group and the advice offered by top trainers. The graduates are excited to network with fellow colleagues from different offices and cultures and Babel's programme enables us to do this perfectly."
Graduate Development Programme
Many companies are understandably nervous about bringing employees together for training at the moment. Our experienced trainers can continue to provide inspiring sessions and webinars live online as an alternative. These include: virtual classrooms for foreign and English language training, international assignee briefings, country-specific cultural briefings and virtual culture coaching. Please contact us if you would like to discuss these options on 020 8295 5877.