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'Carnival of Languages' in Vienna

A "Carnival of Languages" is being put on in Vienna in March to celebrate the third birthday of the language centre Eton Institute in the city.

Courses for more than one hundred languages are available at the language institute, from the popular German, English and Chinese courses to local languages such as Manx, a traditional language from the Isle of Man in the British Isles.

Using a method of language teaching called the 'Eton Institute Method', the centre follows the idea that 80% of any conversation is based on 20% of the language, focusing on getting students learning that 20%. All teaching is also given in the language that students are learning.

Upon graduating, students at Eton Institute also receive an internationally accepted language diploma.

On 13 March the centre are welcoming people to join them at the open house event at Graben 30 in the first district where there will be a variety of free workshops and activities on offer as well a chance to take up special offers and discounts on upcoming trainings.

To read the programme and fill out the free registration for the day visit http://www.etoninstitute.com/at/discover/events/item/66-eton-day

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