Welcome to RMR English School, Vic and Torelló.
One of the positive outcomes of globalisation – being optimistic!- is that it multiplies the opportunities to communicate with people. However, in order to communicate, you must understand each other, and to understand each other, you must speak, converse, persuade, state, argue, entertain, explain ... both orally and in writing. Basically, you must use your most typical human ability: language.
In the world, there are some few thousand languages, all of which are fabulous.
We would like to be able to use all of them.However, life is too short for such a huge task. This is why we offer the 3 most important European languages to start with. They are few, but enough to get you very far...
English is a language with Anglo-Saxon and old Germanic roots, with important Romance linguistic influences and contributions. It is the second most spoken language in the world and the main vehicle to world trade. In the initial learning stages, it creates a certain difficulty with regards to its spelling and pronunciation, which is not as standardised as ours.
French is a purely Romance or Neo-Latin language. It is a neighbouring language, which is very achievable for other Romance language speakers.
German is an Anglo-Saxon language with Germanic roots. It offers a certain difficulty for Romance language speakers due to its lexical differences and its syntactical and declination structure. Its spelling and pronunciation don’t create any difficulty.
Studying these languages is divided into 5 assessed stages according to the guidelines of the Common European Framework (CEF) for foreign languages of the Council of Europe.