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Official visit of HQ, the temple of ! Over 300 translators daily facilitating important discussions!
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Henry Liu 1h
with professional translators, interpreters and terminologists is one of the key pillars of the , ensuring national and international security and prosperity.
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ISL Surrey Primary 3h
All of our workshops are free for the whole ! We shall consider the importance of developing 'Global Thinking' skills on Thursday 22nd Nov, and on 29th/30th Nov, we will discuss how to support at home.
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Rachel Billes ☀️ Nov 16
I have seen mother tongue language lessons in an IB school context but would love to see what a bilingual approach to lessons, outwith language learning, would look like. Really embodying the idea of international mindedness! A good resource
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Fatma Said Nov 17
Congratulations this is an excellent initiative and I hope we can see more in other libraries too.
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Amanda Kibler Nov 19
New book just published: Longitudinal Interactional Histories: Bilingual and Biliterate Journeys of Mexican Immigrant-Origin Youth. E-book on sale through for $15 through Nov 26th.
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Maher Nasser 15h
DPI WebServices celebrate 20 years of the United Nations websites in Arabic and Chinese with a bilingual cake. is an important tool to reaching wider audiences around the world.
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David Gramling Nov 14
Our colloquium on "Slogans around " will take place Mar. 9–12 in Atlanta, with new, provocative work from Ryuko Kubota, Nelson Flores, Yuya Takeda, Katie Bernstein, Robert Moore, and Noah Katznelson. Can't wait!
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Multilingual Matters Nov 20
New book! "Twelve Lectures on Multilingualism" edited by David Singleton and Larissa Aronin is out now!
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Thomas H Bak 15h
Norwegian landscapes, always fascinating, whether seen from the plane (here over Telemark) or captured in paintings in the national gallery in Oslo. Looking forward to my visit & talks at the centre at University tomorrow and on Thursday
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Pia Lane Nov 15
When a Parent Is a Child's Only Language Source | Grosjean. Psychology Today
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MEITS_OWRI 22h
This is a gentle reminder that our second MEITS Multilingualism Seminar for the term will take place this Thursday, 22 November at 1pm in room GR05 Faculty of English. We hope to see many of you in attendance. .
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Colin McAllister Nov 16
You will never do anything in this world without courage. It is the greatest quality of the mind next to honor
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Language on the Move 23h
RT : “Promoting a single language is an inadequate measure to protect the rights of a multilingual population.”
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Lisa-Maria Müller Nov 16
Looking forward to speaking at the conference in Leeds today.
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Early StepsPreschool Nov 14
The ability to communicate with folks from other cultures is a huge social advantage. Bilinguals can meet new people, make friends from other places, enjoy different activities, and enjoy more social opportunities in general.
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Sharon Jones 13h
Great to work with enthusiastic, talented and creative student teachers from Northern Ireland, France, Spain, Germany, China and Hong Kong More fun and lots of learning microteaching and engaging with research on today
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Sharon Jones 14h
Fantastic! Stories are so powerful
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Teri Nov 15
Will you stay ? It’s such a blessing to be able to communicate in multiple languages. Getting to know new cultures and develop new ways of thinking 🧠🗣🌍
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Glotters Linguistics Nov 20
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