Washington Trust Bank staff enrolls in CR Languages Spanish classes!

Posted by on May 5, 2017 in Blog, Learning a Language | No Comments

Hello all, we were recently featured in an article from Idaho Business Review. In response to the growth of the Hispanic population in the Treasure Valley, many Washington Trust Bank staff members are enrolling in our Spanish classes. They say that learning Spanish through our classes is helping them be more accommodating to their Spanish-speaking customers. Five employees […]

Intensive English Welcome Note

Posted by on Mar 1, 2017 in Learning a Language | No Comments

Hello, Welcome to CR Languages. Before you begin your first class, we would like to outline a few important details and try to answer some commonly asked questions. First and foremost, we would like to remind everyone to be respectful and patient in class, both with yourself and with others. Learning a language is not […]

Tips for Students in a Difficult Class

Posted by on Nov 11, 2016 in Learning a Language | No Comments

Do you want to study a language? When you get in touch with us, we will ask you if you have studied before. If you have not, or if the last time you did was more than a few years ago, you will probably be placed in our most introductory level. If you would like […]

Classroom Rules

Posted by on Jan 7, 2016 in Learning a Language | No Comments

Below are rules and guidelines that we ask all students to respect to ensure everyone has an opportunity to participate and enjoys the class.   Be respectful and patient with each other. If somebody does not understand something, please be nice. The class is going to concentrate on the topics covered in the corresponding level […]

Q & A with Julieta, Academic Director

Posted by on Sep 17, 2015 in Blog, Learning a Language | No Comments

There are a lot of options available to learn a new language. Whether from a traditional class, an app, an audio course, online classes, or a computer program, each approach is different. So naturally, we have a lot of questions from students about the classes we offer at CR Languages, how they work, and why we […]

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Posted by on Jan 13, 2015 in Learning a Language | No Comments

CR Languages uses the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages as a way to gauge an individual’s language ability. The following describes what a student in each level should be able to do in the target language. The A1 and A2 categories are often considered beginner, B1 and B2 intermediate, and C1 and C2 advanced. […]

Group Class Welcome Note

Posted by on Jan 13, 2015 in Learning a Language | 2 Comments

Hello, Welcome to CR Languages. Before you begin your first class, we would like to outline a few important details and try to answer some common questions. First and foremost, we would like to remind everyone to be respectful and patient in class. Learning a new language is not an easy task and everyone learns […]

Private and Custom Group Welcome Note

Posted by on Jan 13, 2015 in Learning a Language | No Comments

Hello, Welcome to CR Languages. Before you begin your first class, we would like to outline a few important details and try to answer some common questions. First and foremost, we would like to remind everyone to be respectful and patient in class. Learning a new language is very difficult and everyone learns differently. Adopting […]

How to learn a language

Posted by on Jun 4, 2012 in Blog, Learning a Language | 4 Comments

Following is a summation of observations and advice put together by Julieta. If you are studying, or interested in studying another language, it is well worth the read.   To our students, with humor (and love): This is a serious explanation of what to expect when studying a foreign language that is written with humor. […]

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