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26 Ways To Order #Coffee In Other Countries Without Looking Like An Amateur http://ow.ly/K9LqU #language
Coffee shouldn't be hard to come by, just because you're traveling. Here's your easy guide to placing your coffee order even if you're not at your usual coffee shop.
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CISOC wishes everyone celebrating a happy Easter! #easter
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CISOC wishes everyone a great Good Friday! Have a great long weekend! #goodfriday
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"If you speak Mandarin, your brain works differently. That’s according to a recent study published in the Proceedings for the National Academy of Sciences. The report is the first to conclude that those who speak tonal languages like Mandarin exhibit a very different flow of information during speech comprehension, using both hemispheres of the brain rather than just the left, which has long been seen as the primary neurological region for processing language."

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If you speak Mandarin, your brain works differently.
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The Canadian government has slashed translation activity. What does this mean for #translators in Canada? http://ow.ly/JXY0F #cdnpoli
In the past few years, the government has slashed translation activity by more than 30 per cent – forcing most independent translators to take radical steps in order to survive. On another stone-co...
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Who says #Ottawans are boring? Bring back the roller disco! #ottcity

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With winter keeping an icy grip on our collective extremities for a third month, I have recently been urged to “embrace” the season and try some winter activities, such as skating on the canal. In ...
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"In Toronto, Canada, a restaurant called “Signs” requires you to communicate only in sign language.

The goal of this restaurant is to give deaf people opportunities they wouldn’t normally have, bridging gaps in understanding between different kinds of people."

http://ow.ly/K18dA
In Toronto, Canada, a restaurant called “Signs” requires you to communicate only in sign language. The goal of this restaurant is to give deaf people opportunities they wouldn’t normally have, bridging gaps in understanding between different kinds of people.
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CISOC wishes everyone celebrating a great Passover! #passover
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"The new settlers, revealed by a genetic analysis, may solve a mystery swirling around the origins of Indo-European languages."

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The Washington Post's quiz will tell you which #language to learn next! http://ow.ly/JXZzJ
Believe it or not, the second language you speak can impact how much money you make.
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24 Place Names You've Probably been Mispronouncing your Whole Life http://ow.ly/JXVpI #language #vacation
When travelling, a great faux-pas to avoid if you want to get in good with the locals is mispronouncing the name of the place you're in. Luckily, this collection of images will take some of the most commonly mispronounced place names and show us how we SHOULD have been saying them.
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