English: Georgia’s New Second Language

Last year, the Ministry of Education and Science found that 73% of students chose English as their second language for the Unified National Exams. Here are some stories from the TLG bloggers about the spread of English in Georgia:

Giorgi, Luka, Aleko and Vaso

Encounters in English

Just Wait and See

The Growth of English Popularity in Georgia: A University Perspective

Three Months and Improving Rapidly: English in Gurjaani

English Demand in Georgia

The Word On The Street

Speaking English on Gulbanis Kucha

English: A Georgian Language?

English in the Caucasus

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