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The Power of Language: Part III

Now for my final thoughts on language and the power it has. I’ve talked about how the power works and what it means, but I haven’t really explained how it applies to writers. 498 more words


The Power of Language: Part I

The most challenging thing I’ve learned in my time as a writer is that words are not just dead pieces that make up a sentence, they have life to them that make each one unique. 501 more words


InterNationalization in CakePHP

Hello Readers ,
Today we will learn about the concept of ” InterNationalization in CakePHP ” .

“InterNationalization” simply means if you are making an application and you wants to make that applications to reach a larger audience to cater for multiple languages. 63 more words


First programming language - multiple languages anyone?

So most courses which teach introductory programming teach one language. Or at least they do now. Many years ago, before the 1980s, courses on introductory programming did not necessarily focus on any one particular language. 204 more words


A few myths about speakers of multiple languages

‘Multilingualism, not monolingualism, is the norm.’ ¬© Photo by Marc Wathieu on Flickr under Creative Commons licence.

Is monolingualism the norm? Do bilinguals have two separate language systems? 965 more words

Polyglottic Aspirations

Polyglot aspirations by the year 2020*.  Seems reasonable, I mean if I really try, in five years I should be able to speak more than just English right? 232 more words

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