Bli med og feir Den europeiske språkdagen!

Europeere i hele Europa, til sammen 800 millioner i Europarådets 47 medlemsland, oppfordres til å lære seg flere språk, uavhengig av alder og uavhengig om de er under utdanning eller ikke. Europarådet er overbevist om at språklig mangfold ikke bare bidrar til økt interkulturell forståelse, men også er en viktig del av kontinentets rike kulturarv, og derfor fremmer rådet flerspråklighet i hele Europa.
På initiativ fra Europarådet i Strasbourg har Den europeiske språkdagen vært markert 26. september hvert år helt siden 2001.

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9. My job is to teach X as a foreign language and not to deal with other languages in my classroom.

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What most motivated you to learn a language – was it any of the reasons below (choose a maximum of 3)? If it was none of these – let us know your reasons – we will announce the results on 25 September!
 
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I år inviterer vi alle til å delta i en språkutfordring i forbindelse med Den europeiske språkdagen!
De 51 utfordringene i håndboken oppmuntrer den som lærer språk, til å bevege seg litt ut av komfortsonen og benytte de utallige mulighetene som finnes til å øve på eller lære mer om et språk utenfor undervisningssituasjonen. Fine ut mer

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Hvilket språk er det?

Vi har alle vært i en situasjon der vi hører to mennesker snakke sammen på et fremmed språk, på en buss, en kafé eller ute på gaten, og vi lurer på hvilket språk det er. La oss øve litt her, så vil du lett gjenkjenne språket neste gang det skjer.
 
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