- n. A brand of language skills learning created in 1897 by Maximilian Berlitz. During the teaching of the language all instruction is done in the target language.
“Berlitz is about 3x more expensive than the other schools I have visited.”
“Some firms, such as Berlitz and Bowne Global, were absorbed into other Language Service Providers (LSP) through mergers and acquisitions.”
“Berlitz" course in foreign policy and even snidely implied John McCain, like President Andrew Jackson before him, may have wanted to shoot his vice president.”
“Douglas Ward, a cruise expert and author of the 2012 Berlitz guide to cruises, said the waters around Giglio are too shallow for such maneuvers.”
“Discovering that after seventeen years of French classes she could neither speak nor understand the language, she had immediately enrolled in a Berlitz course.”
“As a teenager, I tuned in to see Gordon confront the likes of Bermuda Triangle proponent Charles Berlitz, Chariots of the Gods? author Erich von Daniken, and other assorted UFO abductees and Loch Ness monster advocates.”
“Lanford Wilson once undertook a translation of The Three Sisters and he said he used to come home from his Berlitz classes with pounding headaches at the complexities of the verb tenses and syntax, not to mention learning the Cyrillic alphabet.”
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“(I always keep my Berlitz European phrase book next to my computer)”
“Born and raised in California, he took a Berlitz course to help him learn the language after the Expos drafted him.”
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