Language separates us from the animals, just as Funyuns separate us from our dignity. Dictate the terms of your surrender to the ultimate onion-flavored corn snack in one of five languages with today's Groupon. For $135, new students get a six-week group language class (a $270 total value that includes the $50 registration fee) at ABC Language School in downtown San Francisco. Groupon buyers can schedule beginner- or intermediate-level course in Chinese (Mandarin), French, Portuguese, Russian, or Spanish.
With a variety of group classes available during evening hours, a class at ABC Language School is ideal for young professionals, middle-aged professionals, and elderly professionals. The teaching staff consists of experienced polyglots who have spent their lives not only studying and teaching language, but putting their skills to use while living and working abroad. Over the course of six weeks, once a week, a teacher will guide your progress and stretch your brain's plasticity as it absorbs the shapes and contours of a foreign language. Group classes are small, typically from three to nine people per class, and last 1.5 hours.
Although it is easier to learn a language during childhood, adults are fully capable of picking up and retaining new language skills. The learning process itself is akin to marathon training for lazy neural synapses, while acquiring a new language can open all sorts of arched doors, French windows, and Venetian blinds. Whether for a sightseeing trip to Spain or because the office just relocated to Beijing, a class at ABC Language School will enrich life and mind alike.
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In several locations across the United States, ABC Languages instills the basics of more than 20 languages such as Arabic, Chinese, and Spanish in those who have little to no experience with the tongue. These students have included celebrities—such as Uma Thurman, who practiced her Japanese for Kill Bill through ABC Languages—as well as employees of corporations such as the NBA and several international banks. Lessons take place in a group format (with a limit of 10 students) or one-on-one, and special lessons for kids are also available.
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