Washington DC

As host to numerous international organizations, lobbying groups, and foreign embassies, Washington D.C. welcomes over one million businesspeople into its border during the workweek. Businesspeople, tourists, and politicians from city outskirts and abroad flock to The District for both work and play. Over 15% of the capital’s citizens are native foreign language speakers, and an immense percentage of employees throughout the capital are bi- and multilingual.

Keep up with our nation’s capital. Learn a foreign language and get ahead in the workplace, connect with the District’s international population, and establish relationships abroad. Language Trainers offers native, qualified tutors in Washington D.C. who will work with you to build a personalized course package based on your learning needs and schedule. Take a free online foreign language level test to see how good your language skills are, then contact Language Trainers to begin your journey towards foreign language fluency today!

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Interesting Language Facts

Bilingual men earn 3.6% more and bilingual women earn 6.6% more than their monolingual counterparts.

The US has no official language.

The language people speak shapes the way they see the world.
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Washington DC's twin city is: Bangkok, Thailand

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Our clients from Washington DC include:

Carestream Health GmbH

Clifford Chance US LLP

Professional Language Solutions

SunGard iWorks

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