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Addressing The Language Gap At Schools: Bundling Language Learning With Science · The Official Voice of OpenLanguage

Addressing The Language Gap At Schools: Bundling Language Learning With Science · The Official Voice of OpenLanguage | A little bit of everything... | Scoop.it
There is a disconnect between the importance of language skills at the workplace and the uptake of languages at schools. Wales tries a new approach to nudge students to learn languages.
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The revival of an ancient whistling language

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On a Spanish island, an ancient whistling language that seemed to be dying out is now undergoing a revival.
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Speaking multiple languages may be easier than you think - ConsumerAffairs

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Speaking multiple languages may be easier than you think
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“It's often assumed that individuals who've learned multiple languages simply have a natural aptitude for learning languages,” she said in a published interview.
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Benefits of Learning Languages Infographic | Kaplan Blog

Benefits of Learning Languages Infographic | Kaplan Blog | A little bit of everything... | Scoop.it
What do you think are the biggest benefits of learning languages? Check out our infographic for some interesting, fun and quirky facts!
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Steven Pinker: Linguistics as a Window to Understanding the Brain | video@cjube.com

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sciences - cjube.com - your daily videos. enjoy.
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HABE IKASBIL: Future directions in applied linguistics : local and global perspectives

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#HABEliburutegia Future directions in applied linguistics : local and global perspectives: The field of applied ... http://t.co/3RwCCXL7
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Language learning begins in utero, study finds; Newborn memories of oohs and ahs heard in the womb

Language learning begins in utero, study finds; Newborn memories of oohs and ahs heard in the womb | A little bit of everything... | Scoop.it
Babies only hours old are able to differentiate between sounds from their native language and a foreign language, scientists have discovered.
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French language: The benefits of being bilingual « My French Life

French language: The benefits of being bilingual « My French Life | A little bit of everything... | Scoop.it
From birth we are exposed to language every day. For most, we learn one language as children: our mother tongue, which in Australia is normally English. This is monolingualism. For those fortunate enough, one can grow up ...
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Petits Confettis's curator insight, October 26, 2015 5:37 PM

Great article about the benefit of being bilingual

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Comparative Legal Linguistics by Heikki E.S. Mattila

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This book examines legal language as a language for special purposes, evaluating the functions and characteristics of legal language and the terminology of law.
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Linguistics Identifies Anonymous Users - Slashdot

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mask.of.sanity writes "Researchers have examined writing styles to identify previously anonymous carders and hackers operating on underground forums.
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