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The Age - Business, World & Breaking News | Melbourne, Australia

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The Age has the latest local news on Melbourne, Victoria. Read National News from Australia, World News, Business News and Breaking News stories.
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Allocate Your Time and Your Effort | TIME.com

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To succeed in today’s busy world, you need to decide what to excel at and what to do just adequately enough. Break down activities you do into three categories: invest, neutral, or optimize.
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Easiest foreign languages: in pictures - Telegraph

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As a survey reveals British teenagers are the worst in Europe at foreign languages, Anne Merritt reveals the 10 easiest to learn from scratch.

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Prof. Hankell's curator insight, April 15, 2013 7:18 AM

FOREIGN = From a different country; belonging to a different culture...

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Free Technology for Teachers: SendHub - Easy Management of Group Text Messaging Now on Android

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SendHub - Easy Management of Group Text Messaging Now on Android http://t.co/mpZaIMCVDJ
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Recognize aboriginal languages as 'original', task force says - CBC.ca

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Recognize aboriginal languages as 'original', task force says
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There should be a greater emphasis on aboriginal languages and materials in the school system, says a task force report. (CBC).
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Dying languages: scientists fret as one disappears every 14 days - Toronto Star

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Toronto Star Dying languages: scientists fret as one disappears every 14 days Toronto Star Some of the 7,000 languages in the world today have hundreds of millions of speakers — English, Mandarin, Spanish and Arabic, for example — while others have...
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