Do you hear me, I’m talking to you
Across the water across the deep blue ocean
Under the open sky, oh my, baby I’m trying… 267 more words
One-sided conversations and the taps of Morse code could be heard from a trio of wooden shacks through all hours of the day. 955 more words
You don’t even need to speak French to get the brilliance of this spot, which has a ton going for it: Simple, repeatable premise; nice, believable performances; and a highly effective use of humor, all magnified to great effect because the whole thing is based on an authentic and universal human insight. 26 more words
One of the areas of language that I’m particularly interested in is using “Plain Language” to communicate complex and technical ideas and concepts.
The term Plain Language has very general definitions but is generally used when specialists need to communicate their information to a non-specialist audience. 171 more words