Youth On Their Way To Becoming Bilingual

Youth On Their Way To Becoming Bilingual

(Stock Photo) Seventy Barbadian youth, aged 7 to 11, started their journey to becoming bilingual yesterday. This was facilitated through a new initiative of the National Library Service, in partnership with the Embassy of Argentina, called Online Conversational...
Barbadian Children Should Be Bilingual

Barbadian Children Should Be Bilingual

Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley remains committed to ensuring that Barbadian children under the age of 18 are given an opportunity to become bilingual by 2030. Ms. Mottley reiterated her vision recently when Ambassador of Cuba to Barbados, Francisco Fernández Peña,...
Byer Suckoo: Fluency In Spanish Is Vital

Byer Suckoo: Fluency In Spanish Is Vital

The time has come for every student to have a working knowledge of Spanish, says Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Dr. Esther Byer Suckoo. She shared this view while speaking at the graduation ceremony for the second edition of the Spanish...
Youth On Their Way To Becoming Bilingual

Public Officers Learn Spanish

Around 60 public servants have successfully completed Spanish training classes, which were provided by the Government of Colombia. The graduation ceremony which will be held this Friday, January 27, takes place at the Horatio Cooke Complex, Dalkeith Road, St. Michael,...

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