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The top ten: Useful words for which there is no English equivalent

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David Remnick, editor of 'The New Yorker', once described the British as the only nation capable of feeling Schadenfreude about themselves. Thus he took a word that isn't even English, but with which we are familiar, and turned it against us.

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Conference Alerts - Academic Conferences Worldwide

Conference Alerts - Academic Conferences Worldwide | terminology and translation | Scoop.it
Search the Conference Alerts database for events.

 

http://www.conferencealerts.com/search.php?page=1&ipp=All

 


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Cambridge Online - Internet Tutorial

Cambridge Online - Internet Tutorial | terminology and translation | Scoop.it
Cambridge Online - Learn about the Internet...

 

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http://www.colc.co.uk/new/index.html

 


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So, How Good Is Your Janglish?

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Many terms originating in English are used in current everyday Japanese. But there are also some English-like terms “invented” in Japan.

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Don’t use a 2.0 technology in a 1.0 way

Don’t use a 2.0 technology in a 1.0 way | terminology and translation | Scoop.it
“And that's the grand dilemma of social networking: it's intended to allow participation, to let companies and individuals all engage and interact, but a...

 

As we have progressed, not only in our use of technology but also our understanding of effective leadership, we know that communication includes effective talking but, more importantly, listening. Being able to hear what is being said from those we serve is extremely important to how we develop our schools, and the conversation is extremely valuable. Yet, many schools and organizations use social media in the old fashion: sharing information but not having a conversation. In reality, just because you have ears doesn’t mean you are listening.

 

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http://smartblogs.com/education/2012/09/26/dont-use-2-0-technology-1-0-way/

 


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Ana Cristina Pratas's comment, November 16, 2012 9:31 AM
Glad you liked this Gust!
Gust MEES's comment, November 16, 2012 9:48 AM
Hi Ana, thx very much! Looks like You had seen my Tweet about lack of knowledge about Social Media with Government and prompt there is a nice article from Ana to amplify my message ;) Have a great week-end :)
Ana Cristina Pratas's comment, November 16, 2012 11:04 AM
You too Gust! Yes, I did see them and thought how funny it was that we were both on the same wavelength! Have a relaxing weekend :-)