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Everything is finally ready for your trip to Prague, and you can't wait to immerse yourself in the charm of its streets, art museums and Gothic churches with an ancient atmosphere? Perfect, but be careful: what language is spoken in Prague?

Before you set off to discover the Czech capital, read this Sprachcaffe article in which we will tell you what language is spoken in Prague, and go into more detail on the features and peculiarities you…

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Have you decided to take a holiday in Amsterdam with your friends, but you don't know what language is spoken in the Netherlands? Fear not, on this page we at Sprachcaffe tell you about the official language of the Netherlands, the other languages that are spoken most in the country and in which areas. Read on to the end if you want to learn some useful expressions for your trips to the Netherlands, but we will also give you some tips for…

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Ever developed a crush on someone and had hesitation to walk up to them and express your feelings to them? Do not worry anymore we got you covered. Now you can use these pick up lines to express yourself in the most cheesy way possible.

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During your language study trip to Barcelona, you will be part of our incredibly friendly and exciting Camp Barcelona. In addition to your Spanish language course in the mornings, you will take part in lots of excursions, trips and sightseeing. This way, you'll get the most out of your week in Barcelona and also come into contact with the Spanish language on a regular basis.

Of course, your free time in Barcelona is not neglected. You can go to…

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French is one of the most widely spoken languages in the entire world. Moreover, French is the official language of almost 29 countries and is spoken in many regions of the world. The French language is the second most widely used official language in the world. It is also interesting to note that French, not English, is the working language of the UN and the European Union. With around 300 million speakers, learning this language is a great…

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