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Connecting Words Connecting Worlds
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Happy Friday everyone! Wishing you all a great weekend.
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Don’t forget about thebigword’s Technology Team recruitment event tonight!  It’s at the Lazy Lounge in Leeds, UK from 6pm
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thebigword is holding a technology recruitment event at 6pm on the 26th November 2012 at the Lazy Lounge (http://www.lazy-lounge.com/ - LS1 4JY) in central Leeds, England.  Analysts, testers and developers who are interested in becoming part of thebigword’s technology team can come and meet with us to talk about technology over a beer (optional) and get an overview of what we’re working on now and in the coming year.

We’ve got some information about our team at our technology team microsite http://gms.thebigword.com/TechnologyRecruitment/

We’re asking that people register in advance for the event at http://gms.thebigword.com/TechnologyRecruitment/Register
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Korean is the official language of both the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea), which have a total combined population of around 73 million.
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Russian is the official language in the Russian Federation, which has a population of more than 140 million people. Russian is also spoken in Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan and other republics of the former USSR.
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Italian is the official language of Italy and one of the four official languages in Switzerland. You’ll find Italian speakers in Malta, Vatican State, San Marino, Croatia, Slovenia and France. Are you from one of these countries and speak italian?
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Here are the world’s most widely-used alphabets (or scripts) which are still in use today (in alphabetical order): Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Bengali, Burmese, Chinese script, Cyrillic, Devanagari, Georgian, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese script, Khmer, Korean, Lao, Latin, Sinhala, Thai and Tibetan. Can you speak any of these laguages?
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Why should you learn another language?According to research, on average, people who use languages in their jobs earn around 8% more! What languages do you use at your job?
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Under the Romans, Latin became the lingua franca across Europe. As of 2010 the European Union has 23 official and working languages: Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish and Swedish. How many of these languages can you speak?
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The United Nations uses six official languages to conduct business: English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Russian and Arabic. Can you speak one of these languages?
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