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The LRC provides a friendly environment for all King's and Modern Language Centre students and staff wishing to engage in language learning. Our resources are always free to access.We are a specialist language library offering a wide variety of resources to help you develop reading skills, grammar and cultural understanding in the language you are learning. During term time, we host student workshops and cultural events - see our Event Listings for full details. We also provide speaking practice with native speakers from our staff team and student volunteers from across the university - scroll down for more information on how to participate.The Business Support Team and our team of multilingual Language Learning Advisors are always on hand to help you make the most of our facilities. We work both on site and remotely to ensure we provide support in person and a quick response to any email enquiries should you currently be unable to visit us on campus.
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Speaking practice slots for the spring term are now online. Please note that availability is limited this term as many of our student volunteers are focused on their assignments and assessments. Thank you to all of our volunteers who have supported language learners this academic year.
Most speaking practice sessions are running online using Microsoft Teams, and you will be able to see if your session is either online or on-campus in the LRC when you make your booking on the system. More information can be found using the links below.
The Modern Language Centre runs a variety of different cultural and language workshops during the academic year. These workshops provide cultural insights into our languages and deliver exciting learnings on cultures from all over the world as well as helping you with grammar, vocabulary and exam preparation.
We are a small library and can have a high footfall of students, staff and visitors passing through during term time. For the safety of our staff and all LRC users we ask that the following guidelines are followed when you visit the LRC:
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