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Pictographs: the death of foreign language learning? - Telegraph

Pictographs: the death of foreign language learning? - Telegraph | Linguistics_for_Masters | Scoop.it
Forget English, Spanish or Esperanto – could the humble pictograph spell the demise of foreign language learning, asks Anne Merritt.
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14 Body Language Styles In Business Meetings & What They Mean [Humor]

14 Body Language Styles In Business Meetings & What They Mean [Humor] | Linguistics_for_Masters | Scoop.it

If you attend a lot of business meetings, you might have a meeting style. Maybe you're a sloucher or a note taker. Here are 14 body language styles often seen in business meetings & what they mean. 

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Monday Series: Objects of Philosophical Discourse: Deafness and Language in the 1600s II

Monday Series: Objects of Philosophical Discourse: Deafness and Language in the 1600s II | Linguistics_for_Masters | Scoop.it
By Speech and Signs Historian Lennard Davis has emphasized that the deaf person has historically served as an icon for complex intersections of subject, class, and the body.[1] This construction an...
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Language revival expert calls for 'native tongue title' | Voxy.co.nz

Language revival expert calls for 'native tongue title' | Voxy.co.nz | Linguistics_for_Masters | Scoop.it
A world-renowned expert on language revival says the loss of
language is more damaging than the loss of land for indigenous
peoples, and governments are likely to come under increasing
pressure to compensate indigenous peoples for this loss too.
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София Зарипова's comment, April 11, 2013 4:58 AM
Every week 16 languages are died