Brooklyn: One of the most famous boroughs in arguably the single most cosmopolitan city in the world. As of 2010, only about 50% of residents ages 5 and older spoke English at home. An estimated 45% of Brooklyn residents are native foreign language speakers. About 20% of residents are native Spanish speakers, but the list of other non-English languages that are locally spoken is endless. Learning any of these languages could be constructive to your career and personal life, be it Russian, German, French, Italian, Arabic, or one of the many others sprinkled about Brooklyn's streets.
So what are you waiting for? Brooklyn is the place to be and one of the most valuable skills to have is fluency in a foreign language. This holds true as much for ordering food as it does for making complex business negotiations. For those living in Brooklyn, planning a trip abroad, or looking to connect with friends and family overseas, it’s in your best interest to know a second (or third! or fourth!) language. Start cultivating your foreign language skills today by taking a free online language level test. Then contact us to learn more about our personalized course packages.
Interesting Language Facts
On average, bilingual pay differentials range between 5 and 20% per hour more than the position's base rate.
There are about 225 indigenous languages in Europe.
The language people speak shapes the way they see the world.
Some of our Language Teachers in Brooklyn
Lori is a Spanish teacher with an impressive academic background. She attended Swarthmore College, where she majored in Spanish, Literature and Theater. She is involved in social issues, and has led discussions about race, gender, and similar topics. In addition, she has worked and studied in Spain.
Brooklyn's twin city is: Tokyo, Japan
Top Foreign Newspapers
Our clients from Brooklyn include:
Callaway Golf Europe Ltd
PIMCO Europe Ltd
Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
”My daughter is very much enjoying the tutoring. She even said her Italian genes must be coming through because she thinks she enjoys the Italian language more than even French.”Italian course in Brooklyn
”Our lessons vary quite a lot. Sometimes we have plenty of questions on English words/sentences we saw/heared during the week. Sometimes we do some grammar lessons + exercises. Sometimes we speak about American history/habits/way of life/culture/movies... and it suits us perfectly!”English course in Brooklyn