The aim of language development is to give you the ability to understand and use your chosen language in context. It should be challenging, enjoyable and relevant.
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It is much more than just a traditional language course. Fundamentally, language development should give you the skills and understanding to communicate in places where the language is spoken, enabling you to engage directly with more people in our increasingly globalised world.
You will acquire language skills in four key areas: