Here is something for teachers, students, bloggers, Twitterers, Facebookers and many more in Europe.
The European Day of Languages is celebrated each 26 September, officially organised by the Council of Europe and the European Union, but the real purpose is to inspire you to learn a foreign language.
You can find information about the purpose of the European Day of Languages, participation, possible actions and past activities.
P.S. Comments relevant to the topic discussed in each Grahnlaw blog post are most welcome. However, the number of spam comments has skyrocketed. This is the sad reason for comment moderation, so it may take a while before your valued comment appears.
It is easier to understand a language than to use it correctly. As Eurobloggers we could and should promote interaction among Europeans across borders and between linguistic communities. Grahnlaw has adopted a multilingual comment policy:
I do my best to read comments in Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish or Swedish, even if the Grahnlaw blog and my possible replies are in English.