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European Day of Languages

European Day of Languages: Our Survey Results bojou 51% of our survey respondents agreed "It is safe to assume most Europeans can speak English" 50.5% of UK holidaymakers have become frustrated by language barriers whilst visiting a European country* 82% llo" of tourists consider it rude to make no attempt to speak the local language while on holiday in Europe CELEBRATE THE EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES 26TH SEP 2012 66 99 88% 56% of respondents agreed that tourists who make an effort to speak native language while on holiday receive more respect from European locals. of travellers have used a physical language/phrase book while on holiday in Europe, but. "bor 27% 26% Only of people have been inspired to learn a European language upon returning from a holiday in its native country of respondents have used such a resource in the form of a mobile phone app "hola 29%ve considered technological advancements to have rendered travellers' need to learn foreign European languages obsolete Ihello "If you could choose just one phrase/word" to learn in the local language of a European country you are visiting, what would it be?" "Participants were provided with a list of 8 options Mabas" Our respondants said... 9% 10% 69% would learn "Please" other phrases from list would learn "Thank you" hell 12% would learn "Beer" EUROPEAN DAY 26 09 OF LANGUAGES Call our luxury cruise specialists now on: , тHE. LUXURY CRUISE 0800 6123 354 COMPANY OGAY HEHE www.ES OM

European Day of Languages

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Today - September 26 - is the European Day of Languages. This annual event was launched in 2001 by the Council of Europe to encourage plurilingualism (the ability to speak two or more different langua...


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