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The Coffee Break Catch-Up: 19 September 2019

It’s time for another Coffee Break Catch-up in which we update you on our latest podcast episodes, blog articles and videos. This week we’re also featuring a discussion on the topic of motivation in language learning, with some contributions from the whole Coffee Break team!

In this edition:

  • updates on the latest episodes of the Coffee Break French, German and Italian Magazines;
  • Tune for Tuesday and Question of the week;
  • registration is live for the Coffee Break French and Spanish Masterclass courses;
  • news of a work experience opportunity for Scottish school students.

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2 Comments on “The Coffee Break Catch-Up: 19 September 2019”

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    I really like the new background for the filming of the Coffee Break Catch-ups — plants, coffee maker, books, photos… It looks like a place where one would like to hang out and practice his/her new language.

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