English in the Caucasus

Making a Difference

Is English becoming Georgia’s second language? If I went around my village or even the neighboring towns not many people would even understand this question. So I guess that’s a no. But will English soon BECOME Georgia’s second language? That’s probably a huge yes! I think while most people would agree that Georgia is not quite there yet in terms of English fluency, it’s clear to me that it’s well on its way.

One reason is TLG! Many volunteers are placed in villages, which are the most important places right now because I think that Tbilisi and other large cities are already on their way to being very English literate. In fact, my travels to Tbilisi and even Kutaisi have led to me meeting handfuls of people, often university students, who are willing and able to talk to me in English. So, obviously the cities have a head start, but…

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About Sarah Rows Solo

British YouTuber and Founder of Environmental and STEM education charity Oceans Project, preparing for a solo row around the coast of Great Britain.
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