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MARCH 17: WE MONITOR CLOSELY THE NATIONWIDE COVID-19 SITUATION AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS. LINGUAJOY HAS THUS DECIDED TO SET CLUBS ON A BREAK FROM MARCH 17-APRIL 13, 2020. STUDENTS WILL BE PROVIDED WITH DIGITAL/ONLINE LANGUAGE LEARNIGN MATERIALS DURIGN THE BREAK. BOOK YOUR SUMMER CAMPS 2020, CLICK HERE FOR SCHEDULE
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Our Happy Customers!
“By playing and singing children songs, our daugter 2,5yo learned the basics of English at a very lovely, relaxed and encouraging environment”
“Linguajoy’s English Club provided us with an excellent basis for language learning before moving abroad. Our 3yo got familiar with the most famous nursery rhymes and English phonetics, so we didn’t have to start from scratch when getting used to the new international life”
MOMMY, CHILDREN AT ENGLISH CLUB
“The Linguajoy Club Español is my child’s highlight and a great source of joy! The lessons are so fun and engaging, that the language gets captured without even noticing it. The peak moment was our family’s trip to the Canary Islands, where Spanish was used by our 5-year-old to order food and ice cream and talk about where we come from.”
Dad, child at Club Español
“Foreign language is a smart hobby. China is a rising trade language and the number of Chinese tourists in Finland is increasing rapidly. If my children continue to study Mandarin, it will certainly be useful and beneficial in the professional life. Speaking Chinese can open great job opportunities for our younger generations, because the language is spoken by so few in the Nordics”