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Having fun ‘Zooming’ with your friends and family? How about learning a language on zoom….

Online courses April 2023

Mon 24 April Tue 25 April
1200 - 1300 GMT
1200 - 1300 GMT
1300 - 1400 GMT
1830 - 1930 GMT
Mon 24 April Thur 27 April
1230 - 1330 GMT
1230 - 1330 GMT
GMT 1330 - 1430 GMT
Tue 25 April Tue 25 April
1300 - 1400 GMT
Early Intermediate
GMT - Greenwich Mean Tim
1200 - 1300 GMT
1200 - 1300 GMT
Mon 24 April Mon 24 April
1200 - 1300 GMT
1300 - 1400 GMT
N/A On demand

Other dates available

Why do you want to learn a language?

Everyone has different reasons for learning a language, whether for business or pleasure…

For my work

My Latin American clients love that I am trying to speak Spanish.
I like trying to speak to the receptionist in the Madrid office in Spanish.
I like to meet my colleagues from other offices, virtually in a relaxed environment.
I have many French clients.
I want to be able to introduce myself and my company to potential clients in their language.
I like to do something for me during the week at lunchtime. 

For travel

I have a house in France.
My boyfriend is Italian.
We go on holiday to Germany every year.
I love the fact I can feel confident ordering pain au chocolate in Paris!
I go to Buenos Aires to dance tango every year.
I studied French at school and don’t want to lose it.

Our Language Courses

Language Tasters

Why not try an online 30 minute language taster in your company? You can get the employees from all your offices to join in. 
It doesn’t matter where they are!

Spanish Language Tasters
French Language Tasters
Italian Language Tasters
German Language Tasters

Flash News sign an agreement with the Asociación de Abogados y Abogadas de Buenos Aires.

She replicated the model she used in Buenos Aires and now has a solid business in Europe.

Liz Merchant works with companies; the majority of her students study languages for pleasure, she has plans to expand to other countries in Europe.


'The perception that everyone speaks English, or that English is enough, can be challenged easily. Only six per cent of the world's population are native English speakers - 75% do not speak English at all.'
British Academy Policy Centre

Meet Our Friendly Team

Liz Merchant


María Durá Albert


Jessica Arregui


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