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9 English Words With Dirty Translations Around The World

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How to learn any language in six months: Chris Lonsdale at TEDxLingnanUniversity

Chris Lonsdale is Managing Director of Chris Lonsdale & Associates, a company established to catalyse breakthrough performance for individuals and senior tea...
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Readers Reply: Which Chinese Words Should English Speakers Adopt? - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Readers Reply: Which Chinese Words Should English Speakers Adopt? - Wall Street Journal (blog) | Translation | Scoop.it
Readers Reply: Which Chinese Words Should English Speakers Adopt?
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Last week, Chinese state media noted that certain unlikely Chinese slang words have made it onto UrbanDictionary.com.
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ᴴᴰ PEPPA PIG 2014 5 Hours New Episodes English 2014 Peppa Pig English Episodes

SUBSCRIBE HERE - http://goo.gl/F8qM9e ПОДПИСАТЬСЯ ЗДЕСЬ - http://goo.gl/F8qM9e Peppa Pig - Basketball, Peppa Pig: Bicycle Race, Peppa Pig - Madame Gazelle's ...
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5 shifts that will shape the future of IT

5 shifts that will shape the future of IT | Translation | Scoop.it

What’s the role of IT in business?

 

How can the entire business consume and manage IT in a safe and compliant way while still meeting the needs of today’s empower customers?

 

To answer this question we need insight into who will make the decisions on what IT will be used where and how it will be knitted together. We need some understanding of the drivers behind the current transition in how we consume IT in business.


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, April 16, 2014 4:36 PM
  • Driver 1: Enterprise IT is no longer an infrastructure problem, it’s not an asset we own
  • Driver 2: Consumer trends drive enterprise IT, rather than enterprise IT driving consumer trends
  • Driver 3: The old core IT skills are not as valuable as they used to be
  • Driver 4: How we define the value of IT has expanded (it’s a lot more than ROI now)
  • Driver 5: External obligations – such as financial reporting, anti money-laundering and counter terrorism financing – will trigger the transition to new operating models
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14 Words the English Language Needs

We won't tartle before we cafune you! Just let us introduce some words you need to know. Good Mythical Morning Episode 222! SUBSCRIBE for daily episodes: htt...
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Are Elvish, Klingon, Dothraki and Na'vi real languages? - John McWhorter

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/are-elvish-klingon-dothraki-and-na-vi-real-languages-john-mcwhorter What do Game of Thrones' Dothraki, Avatar's N...
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The more the English change, the more we stay the same - Telegraph.co.uk

The more the English change, the more we stay the same - Telegraph.co.uk | Translation | Scoop.it
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The more the English change, the more we stay the same
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The Olympics are a good example of one such squall.
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How to Pronounce T and D between Consonants -- American English

SUBSCRIBE!: http://bit.ly/RE_sub, Fan! http://bit.ly/RE_FB ESL: learn about dropping the T and D in words like 'exactly' and 'grandma'. See the transcript fo...
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Workplace idioms & slang words - Advance English lesson

Workplace idioms & slang words - Advance English lesson Idiomatic expressions and slang words have long played an important role in the English language. In ...
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