With the Saudi economy growing, companies in the Kingdom have realized that proficiency in the English language is one of the best ways to communicate with the world. And with Saudis being hired in various job positions, corporate leaders have stressed the need for them to learn English, although many citizens are yet to realize the importance of the language. The government has made its policy known to international companies that they should employ Saudis and help them improve their English language skills, and even fund such training courses.
Many expats in Shanghai will be pleased about a new campaign to standardize the use ofEnglish and other foreign languages to make the city friendlier to foreigners. This drive is long overdue, though it may be a minor disappointment to lovers of“Chinglish,” the Sinofied version of sometimes comical and often unintelligible English oftenfound at shops, restaurants and other public venues. ... Nearly every foreigner in China has his or her own favorite Chinglish signs, and I’mcertainly no exception. A visiting Singaporean friend and I began laughing uncontrollablywhile at a restaurant whose English menu had comically translated all the dishes literallyfrom their poetic Chinese names. An embarrassed waiter finally came over and took awayour menus. ...
Imagine if, every time you wanted to visit a website, you were expected to type in letters from a foreign language, or worse, an entirely foreign script, such as Arabic, Cyrillic, or Chinese. For more than a billion people, this is how they experience the Internet today. The Internet was designed to be global, but it was not designed to be multilingual. For decades, this limitation was most evident in website and email addresses, which permitted only a small set of Latin characters. ...
A new study provides the first experimental evidence that a listen-and-repeat singing method can support foreign language learning. Singing in a foreign language can significantly improve learning how to speak it, according to a new study.
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