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International Languages Week - Free classes

Friday, 15 August 2008, 3:00 pm
Press Release: Euroasia

International Languages Week (ILW) celebrates the diversity of languages used in New Zealand and throughout the world. ILW provides an excellent opportunity to develop the community's awareness of the languages around them and to highlight the benefits of learning additional languages. Euroasia is a key supporter of ILW and we believe part of our corporate responsibility is to share our passion for foreign languages and cultures with New Zealanders.

What's happening at Euroasia?

In conjunction with International Languages Week, Euroasia in Auckland is running a series of FREE classes and seminars.

FREE Language classes - A taste of the Euroasia experience for beginners
Date/ Time 6pm - 7.30pm 7.40pm- 9.10pm
Monday 18 Aug Spanish, French
Tuesday 19 Aug Japanese Spanish, Mandarin
Wednesday 20 Aug German, Mandarin, Italian French
Thursday 21 Aug Spanish
Note: Limited to 12 participants per class.

Sign up for free classes online at www.euroasia.co.nz/news/international-languages-week.php

FREE Seminars delivered by Euroasia Cross Cultural specialists
Date/ Time 6pm - 7pm
Monday 18 Aug "Why is China important to NZ?"
Tuesday 19 Aug
Wednesday 20 Aug
Thursday 21 Aug "How to work with people from other cultures"
Note: Limited to 20 participants per session, as these seminars are not merely lectures, but would involve an element of interaction.

Sign up for free seminars online at www.euroasia.co.nz/news/international-languages-week.php

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