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Phys .org: Using Twitter to discover how language changes

Phys .org: Using Twitter to discover how language changes. “Scientists at Royal Holloway, University of London, have studied more than 200 million Twitter messages to try and unravel the mystery of how language evolves and spreads. 48 more words

Research & Opinion

Do you know why we call money เงิน /ngern/ or ตังค์ /dtaang/ and what ‘baht’ came from?

Most of you might know that we call money ‘เงิน’ /ngern/ in Thai but some of you might not know that this word also means ‘silver’. 294 more words

Thai Language

Plattdeutsch Survey

Following a bit of a break due to illness and other issues, the group met again this Tuesday to discuss how to take the project further. 317 more words

UK-German Connection

How to use direct speech for effective characterisation in #CreativeWriting #English

Direct speech (especially slang) is a great way of exposing your character’s individual identity.

Direct speech is always in speech marks (”   “) such as: 267 more words


ource: Petra Bork/ pixelio.de

Wow! Today I read the following in a Dutch newspaper: Someone has developed a glove (see the original article http://motherboard.vice.com/read/this-smart-glove-translates-sign-language-to-text-and-speech) with which signlanguage can be translated into speech! 312 more words


Methods of Communication - My Research Paper

“To what extent is it possible to compare the ways in which methods of communication are being taught to autistic students who cannot use spoken language to communicate their complex ideas?” 5,721 more words


Spoken Sanskrit Lesson 12 Transcript

Namaste 🙏🏼 reader,

Here is the transcript/transliteration/meanings for Lesson 12 of RSS Spoken Sanskrit YouTube videos: Lesson 12 RSS Learn Spoken Sanskrit

The lesson is on ithi—about/like this/thus, Yath—like this; am – are for singular/plural, If – Then.

Good luck learning!

Sanskrit Lessons: Transcripts Of RSS Videos