Mondly Partners with Oxford University Press to Introduce An Enhanced English Language Learning Module Supporting 33 Languages

BRASOV, Romania, Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Mondly, one of the world’s leading online language platforms, and Oxford University Press (OUP), the world’s largest university press, today announce a new suite of custom English progress tests via the Mondly app.

Mondly partners with Oxford University Press to introduce custom English learning and assessment module (PRNewsfoto/Mondly)
Mondly partners with Oxford University Press to introduce custom English learning and assessment module (PRNewsfoto/Mondly)

The collaboration between Mondly and OUP enables English language learning, assessment, and testing in 33 languages, including less common languages like Danish, Persian, or Hebrew. The new module offers easily accessible learning support with access to 3,500+ different questions and 108 different English language progress tests for each of the languages included in the partnership.

As part of this module, Mondly will now have lessons based on Oxford Practice Grammar tests and the Oxford 3000, and that are aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) for reporting at levels

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Oxford, Moody’s: Biden’s Economic Plan Would Create More Jobs, Growth Versus Trump’s

As the presidential election approaches, investors are likely sharpening their focus on the potential economic outlook under either President Trump or Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

President Trump hasn’t actually spelled out a specific economic plan, and the Republican party chose not to write a platform at its nominating convention. Likely, Trump would advocate for a payroll tax cut, but that’s unlikely to pass Congress due to its effect on Social Security funding.

Biden’s plan is much bigger and more detailed, and therefore, able to be analyzed. To that end, research group Oxford Economics and debt-rating agency Moody’s (NYSE:MCO) recently performed analyses of Biden’s plan, and both organizations believe it would create significantly more jobs and economic growth than the current trajectory — even in a more stripped-down form more likely to pass the Senate.

A young man in a suit seen from behind looking at two identical white doors.

Oxford Economics and Moody’s believe Biden’s economic plan would boost growth. Image source: Getty Images.

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