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Alex Rawlings Mar 27
Greek police broadcast message in Greek, English, French, Arabic, Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, Pasto, Farsi and Dari telling people to stay home
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Richard Simcott Mar 28
Which language do you want to access? This is a cool app for listening to radio around the world, using maps to find what you want!
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MarianDevonsMFL Mar 27
How many languages can you speak? Even just a little bit?
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Hamish Chalmers Mar 27
Happy International Multilingualism Day everyone.
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Erik Hansson 🇸🇪 Mar 27
Did you know? 27th March is International Day of Multilingualism (27th March 196 BC is the date mentioned on the famously multilingual Rosetta Stone)
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Paul Flanagan Aug 12
I’m very proud to have contributed a short chapter for this brilliant new volume, . Available now for Kindle and in paperback. Learning and loving languages is the most natural thing in the world, and here’s a bunch of good people talking about just that!
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Richard Simcott Mar 26
27th March - Happy International Day of Multilingualism! Join our chorus with Thomas H Bak TODAY: Use the hashtag! LOVE, LIKE, SHARE, COMMENT, MAKE A VIDEO RESPONSE & BE COUNTED!
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Languages Connect Mar 27
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Sonia López-Serrano Mar 27
Can you think of a better way of celebrating the International Day of Multilingualism? 🤬😆
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MotherTonguesIreland Mar 27
Today is International Multilingualism Day! We want to share one of our latest blogs with creative ideas to keep multilingual children occupied while off school!
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Kate Clanchy Mar 27
To write a poem for International Multilingualism Day, think of a favourite word. It might be your other language, if you are bilingual, or it might be a family word. Then write down what that words smells of, tastes of, looks like, to you. Mara was 9. .
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Susan Stewart Jul 4
So very important to take time to learn colleagues’ and students’ names. It can also be a great teaching moment!
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Dr Sabine Little Mar 28
In a continuation of yesterday’s hashtag: just heard shouting from child in other room: „Warum is la cloche nicht ringing?“
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Friederike Lüpke Apr 20
Please join in, especially if you want to raise you child with languages that are often viewed pejoratively. All languages are equally beautiful, useful and valuable.
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Kate Clanchy Mar 27
It's Internation Multilingualism Day! Many of my very best poet have another language as part of their creativity. Because and also great. Alice was 14.
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Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp 🇪🇺 🌍 Sep 11
Yes! And I really think more creative translation in the classroom and more exploration of kids' books and stories in translation can develop curiosity about language, about identity, and about translation as a career and superpower
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lingosia🙋‍♀️ Mar 28
The meaning of beautiful words from The Lion King in African languages
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The Language Revolution Aug 22
The Language Revolution podcast is now available on 🎧New episodes coming soon with and 🎉 Let’s talk about talking. 🧡🎧⬇️
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karaspita Mar 27
Apparently it's the International Day of Multilingualism. Like my friend says, en esta casa there's only two rules. Take off your shoes at the door and mix your idiomas.
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BLIP Lab Mar 27
It’s the International Day of Multilingualism! Our 2019 team photo is a Balloon-o-gram where each balloon is a person’s languages, and the length of the string is when they started learning (scale on left) What does your team look like?
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