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Live Lingua offers online classes via Skype with native, experienced and certified teachers in 11 of the most commonly spoken languages worldwide: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Unlike other online language schools, Live Lingua offers the services of highly qualified professionals, who go through a thorough selection and training procedure to be part of our teaching community. Unlike brick and mortar schools, Live Lingua does not require you to move around or adjust your schedule. With the obstacle of inconvenience being eliminated, it becomes much easier to achieve your goal of learning a language. To make it even easier for you to cross the threshold, you can sign up for a free trial class at http://www.livelingua.com

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