Welcome to KIFL

K.I.F.L Was established in 2006, providing training and expertising more and more students every year. We have a total of 11 years of experience.

Vision & Interpretation

100% quality education requires no demo classes. Our professionals are trained to provide accurate interpreting in a variety of settings including corporate, hospitals, courtrooms, conferences and schools. Modes of interpreting include consecutive, simultaneous, whisper and liaison.

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Foreign Language Trainings and expertise

Our language training is characterized by its dynamic, energetic style and its meaningful, thorough application. At KIFL, you will learn how to speak the language of everyday life. We accomplish this through a variety of activities, including: Class room training, Role play exercises, Interactive simulation, Audio visual class, Cultural activities, Daily conversation in various foreign languages like Dutch, German, Spanish, Italian, Thai, Hebrew, etc.

  • Cross cultural training

    Our international language experts have the business, social and cultural knowledge to help you to face the challenges of the global market.

  • Translation

    KIFL provide translations, prompt and accurate translations to meet your tight deadlines for legal, medical, marketing, personal and all types of documents. Our experienced translators are highly educated and available for rush translations.

  • Corporate Training

    We help companies respond to the growing need for foreign language training through customized corporate training programs in a host of languages including Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, German and others. Learning a foreign language is an added advantage - for the student, professional and entrepreneur. At Language Labs, language and culture education is part of the core curriculum and is tied to program models that incorporate effective strategies and assessment procedures, reflect evolving standards and stimulate higher order thinking skills. Each language program employs various dynamic teaching tools, including interactions with native speakers, video clips, role-play and other animated methods.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the frequently asked questions to us.

Are some languages more difficult to learn than others?

It is believed by linguists that no spoken language is significantly more difficult to learn than any other in absolute terms. After all kids can learn their mother tongues, whatever they may be, without too much trouble. However adults already speak one or more languages and generally find it easier to learn a closely-related language than a distantly-related or unrelated one. For example, the least difficult languages for English speakers to learn are Italian, Spanish, French, Dutch and German, in more or less that order. Written languages are a different matter - some, particularly Chinese and Japanese, are difficult to learn even if you're a native speaker. Each language presents you with a different set of challenges in terms of pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, spelling and writing system. The closer these are to your native language, the less difficult a language is to learn.

Which languages have the most speakers?

Listed below are the languages with the most speakers. If you choose to learn one of these, you will have plenty of people to talk to!

  • English: 508 million
  • Spanish: 417 million
  • Russian: 277 million
  • Arabic: 221 million
  • French: 128 million
  • German: 128 million
  • Japanese: 126 million

These figures show the approximate total number of speakers for each language, including native and second language speakers.

How long will it take to learn a language?

It depends on how much time you're able to put into your studies, how often you practise using the language, and the degree to which you are immersed in it. It is possible to acquire basic conversational fluency, i.e. the ability to understand and participate in ordinary conversations, in 6-12 months or even more quickly if you are immersed in the language and focus on speaking it. To acquire native-like fluency in a language is likely to take longer. If your aim is to read a new language, you could learn to do so within a few months, if you are able to do plenty of regular study and practise. However acquiring the ability to read the new language as comfortably as your own will probably take quite a while longer. Learning to read Chinese or Japanese takes considerably longer than other languages as there are many more symbols to memorise.