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James Nov 24
One of my favourite GIFs! See how the languages of the Iberian peninsular have changed over the last 1000 years 🇪🇸🇵🇹
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Learn Cornish 3m
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Bochra Laghssais ⋇ ⴱⵓⵛⵔⴰ Nov 27
Virtual Auction tickets sold out for my class about the "Tamazight Tifinagh". The funds raised would go directly to support the creation of the Sefrou Museum of Multiculturalism.
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Stephen G. Rae Nov 26
Scotland has 421 words and expressions for snow, that is, according to a project to compile a Scots thesaurus. Includes 'flindrikin' - a slight snow shower; 'snaw-pouther' - fine driving snow; and 'unbrak' - the beginning of a thaw.
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MLC Japanese School Nov 21
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The Guild Translation&Localization Cooperative 36m
Here are some ways to say 'disguise' in different languages, inspired by the one and only ! How do you say 'disguise' in your language?
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Froebel: Falkirk Network Nov 24
Thank you to fabulous support we are excited that our Family Songs starts on: 30.11.20 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 💕🎵 💕🎶 💕🎵 💕🎶 💕🎵 💕🎶 interactive home-links
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St. Paul’s Greenhills Chinese Department Nov 19
For today’s , 3rd years chose a word to which I’m sure we can all relate! Lèi 累 (tired) 🔈: Lay Nĭ lèi ma? (Are you tired?) Wŏ hĕn lèi. (I’m very tired.) Hang in there 3rd years, it’s almost Friday!
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L' Avenir Language Alliance 13m
Widen your child's horizon by introducing them to a new language. Discover a range of language courses starting from December. Enroll today!!
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M Lucy Kobayashi Nov 21
Scots Gaelic Challenge Day 1408 An Fhraing = France, beinn = mountain or high hill, An Eadailt = Italy, loch = lake
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M Lucy Kobayashi Nov 25
Scots Gaelic Challenge Day 1412 craobh (na) Nollaig = Christmas tree, figheachan = garland or wreath or plait
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Christopher Hogarth Nov 22
“This’ll be handy for the door during Zoom meetings@. Seriously, congratulations to the editors on a great book. Nice to see it in print and delighted to have contributed to it
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Jo van Leerdam 21h
The Curious Origins of the Word 'Wuthering'
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Level Up Knowledge Nov 22
We are excited to announce that We have kickstarted with our Chinese and Russian language beginner level classes! Both physical and online classes are available and spearheaded by native tutors ! One to one coaching available ! Visit the institute
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Massimo Stella Nov 26
Later today I will present research on as proxies for reconstructing how online users and people perceive and discuss their experience. can be a powerful source of data when investigated carefully. We will also be live on :
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Quicksilver Translate Nov 23
Ancient grammar problems 🙂
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OU Languages & Applied Linguistics Nov 25
You can register NOW to start on one of our short and culture courses starting in February: 's Open Centre for Languages and Cultures is expanding its course offering for both professional & leisure learners, so take a look!
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Judy Lockhart Nov 20
purchase. Think $8 was well spent. I'll use for goals but added sensory and fine motor is bonus ✅👍❤️
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MLC Japanese School Nov 22
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English Grammar Nov 26
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