It’s not just the English language. It’s your mother tongue, too.
It’s about lifelong learning. About mobilty and freedom. About increasing job opportunities. About pleasure. About sharing. About ‘liking’ across cultures.
It’s about a slightly difficult word that’s rather easy to adopt: plurilingualism. About preserving and adding to the richness and diversity of the linguistic and cultural environment of Europe.
Why join the celebrations?
Because a language should never be a barrier. Because open minds on learning other languages keep our windows open to the ever changing word.
Quite a number of teachers in Serbia have started to organize special school projects, contests, exhibitions. There are also some public events, such as the “Speak European!’ in Novi Sad on 24 September and in Belgrade on 26 September, displaying the accomplishments of several language schools and state schools.
So what are your plans?