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Jul 2015

Here are a few reasons why I love working as a translator

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There may be some people who will look at this title and question what I love about my job. I imagine hearing the usual ‘isn’t your job repetitive? do you ever leave your house?’ Yes, these are negative stereotypes, and some more generalised than others. But despite these negative associations, I love working as a translator and […]

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May 2015

3 Tips to learn a new language

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Today we’ve decided to share some simple but effective tips to use when learning a new language. We understand that language learning requires dedication and effort, and we’re sure that every learner has tricks that work perfectly for them. But because we like to think that we know a thing or two about languages, we’ve […]

Change your excuses into reasons to learn a new language

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Apr 2015

Change your excuses into reasons to learn a new language

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Studying a new language is an epic journey that can be very rewarding. And because this can be complex, excuses, delays and procrastinations can easily become a normal part of a language learners thought process. For that reason we will share some excuses that we’ve heard to often when the going gets tough, but because […]

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Apr 2015

A perfect day to share interesting facts about the English language

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Today is a lot of things, as well as being a beautiful spring day, it’s also St George’s Day, and not only this, but today also marks the celebration of Shakespeare Day. And in honour of all things English, we’ve decided that there is no better way than to celebrate the wonders of the English […]

Is grammar as important as we think?

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Apr 2015

Is grammar as important as we think?

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  The subject of grammar is a touchy one, especially if you regard yourself a grammar stickler like Lynne Trust, author of the infamous and witty grammar book ‘Eats, Shoots and Leaves’.  I picked up a copy of the book in my first year at university after having it recommended to me by a lecturer. […]

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Apr 2015

My Experience of Customer Service in Japan

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I’ve had my fair share of customer service experiences, in fact I’ve been on the other end, having worked in hospitality for a number of years. I would like to believe that I know a thing or two about what customer satisfaction truly means…or do I? I mean while this statement is true here in […]

How I Learnt Spanish In A Year

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Mar 2015

How I Learnt Spanish In A Year

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Today we have a guest post from Hanna Wilson, a language learner from Brighton who has fulfilled her New Year’s resolution of learning the Spanish language. But it wasn’t an easy journey as Hanna will tell you, but a very fulfilling one.  Learning the Spanish language has been a reoccurring new year’s resolution of mine for many years. My quest […]

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Mar 2015

The Impact of Slang on Language

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  Every year numerous new words and abbreviations find their way into the dictionary. Some may say this is all part of a language revolution while others can’t fathom how words, phrases and abbreviations used informally can be given such importance. Popular terms such as ‘duckface’, ‘lol’ and ‘jel’ have all been included in the […]

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Dec 2014

China Has Created the First Sign Language Video Dictionary

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A local charity in Wuxi, a southern Chinese city in the Jiangsu province, has gotten the attention of national news last month after creating a Chinese sign language video dictionary. The video which is the first of its kind, made national headlines after becoming a hit online. Volunteers participated in the video dictionary which was […]

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Dec 2014

One Language- Brits and Americans spell differently

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Is it centre or center, litre or liter? Actually, depending on whichever side of the Atlantic Ocean you find yourself, either way of spelling the above words are classed as correct. But how can a mutual language shared between two nations seem so separated? Well in the case of Britain and America they can. There […]

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