Resources for Chinese

    Search resources
    Christos Stamatiadis posted a link on 16 October 2011 - 11:48pm.

    School Website

    Read more

    Doug Han posted a link on 19 April 2013 - 10:16am.

    How to improve your Chinese

    This is a very good website for you to improve your Mandarin

    Read more

    [video]YingShi Helsby posted a video on 25 June 2012 - 7:26pm.
    See video

    Runner-up in 2011/12 British Council Mandarin Chinese Speaking Competition

    2011/12 British Council Mandarin Chinese Speaking Competition.
    Entrant "Angel", taught at Cheltenham Mandarin School.

    Read more

    FRENCH TRANSLATION posted a Document on 25 June 2012 - 1:06pm.

    The Talent Principle as a Start Point

    Translating and Interpreting services.

    Conference interpreting

    Read more

    [video]FRENCH TRANSLATION posted a video on 25 June 2012 - 1:00pm.
    See video

    Translation Services practice

    How the translation process works. This is explained for all our customers.

    Thanks for watching

    Read more

    Cheiron Education posted a link on 3 October 2011 - 11:10am.


    A webiste for GCSE/A Level students considering opening up their career opportunities by studying a lesser known language when they move on to higher education.

    Read more

    Rebecca Czechowicz posted a link on 5 May 2010 - 4:11pm.

    Southeast Asia Linguistic Maps

    Maps of languages spoken across Southeast Asia from

    Read more

    Andy Gibson posted a Blog entry on 19 February 2009 - 2:23pm.

    Slang lessons

    Claire and I were in a charity shop by the office, buying suits for the next Formal Friday, and overheard the assistants giving the new Japanese assistant lessons in London slang. Here are a few terms, for those who aren't sufficiently 'street' to know them already:

    'peng' = good/hot
    'butters' = bad/ugly (As in "dem beats is butters man")
    'nang' = good
    'sick' = also good
    'sket' = a slut, a sexually promiscuous girl

    Also enjoyed their exchange with their six-year old sister:
    - 6yo: "Why can't I say 'sket'?"
    - Sister: "Um... because it's offensive"

    Read more

    Martin Cosgrove posted a link on 7 February 2009 - 11:16am.

    Michel Thomas Method

    If you are interested in learning Spanish using this method, but prefer LIVE interaction with a teacher, check out my profile:

    Read more

    Martin Cosgrove posted a note on 7 February 2009 - 11:13am.

    Give Me More of Your Lip

    This is an article I wrote for the Times Educational Supplement. It was published in their magazine on 7th September 2007. If you are interested in learning Spanish with me online using this revolutionary method, please visit my profile:

    Link to article on TES website:


    Rote learning and memorising lists of verbs are out fluent talking is in, with the Michel Thomas language method. It works by boosting pupils’ confidence, says Martin Cosgrove

    Read more

    Andy Gibson posted a link on 28 December 2008 - 6:42pm.

    Teach yourself Dari

    Nice set of tips on how to speak this particular dialect of Persian - although the techniques could presumably apply to any language.

    Read more

    Hugo Rumens posted a note on 31 October 2008 - 2:56pm.

    Language show in London

    If anyone is interested, there is a language show on at Olympia in London today, tomorrow and Sunday, called the "language show" (logically enough).

    It's free if you register in advance, else I think you can pay on the door on the day. I'm going to go and check it out.

    Read more

    Unlimited Resources

    Every member of School of Everything can add notes, links, videos, images, documents and other things to the site that help people learn or teach a particular subject. If you're learning, you can use it to keep track of your progress in your subjects and all the things that help you learn like useful websites or how-to videos.

    If you're teaching, you can share useful resources and advice that you think will help people learn you subjects. You can tag each resource post with one or more subjects, and your posts will appear to other people looking for those subjects.

    Learn more.

    Stay safe

    School of Everything is all about meeting up in the real world. Here are some tips on how to arrange your learning and teaching safely.

    Image(s) by : The Rosetta Project