What is the Difference Between Spain and Mexico?

What is the Difference Between Spain and Mexico?

Even though they speak Spanish in Mexico, and the Spaniards are the reason for that, there are huge differences between the two peoples. Accent, culture, food, just to name a few. Today, we’re going to dig into the more granular ways that the two countries and their...
Interview with Audrey | An Expat from the Netherlands

Interview with Audrey | An Expat from the Netherlands

Every month, Fluency Corp reaches out to clients, friends or even family, who have relocated to another country for a job, in order to ask them why they moved, how they got there and the way in which they made a new home for themselves in their new country. We are...
Can an Expat Ever Truly Feel at Home in Japan?

Can an Expat Ever Truly Feel at Home in Japan?

Have you ever thought of accepting that job in Asia? Taking all of your family to another country, with a new language, and foreign customs? Something that often holds people back from making life-changing moves is a feeling of security and acceptance. It’s a scary...
Moussa Samake – Expat and Language Collector

Moussa Samake – Expat and Language Collector

Every month, Fluency Corp reaches out to clients, friends or even family, who have relocated to another country for a job, in order to ask them why they moved, how they moved and how they made a new home for themselves in their new country. We are fascinated by their...
India’s Relationship with the English Language

India’s Relationship with the English Language

I always find it interesting when people are surprised that people in India speak the English language so well. English language instruction started in India in the 1830’s. Today, English is the sole official language of the Judiciary of India, as well as a...

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