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Posted on March 31, 2014
5 Best Language Learning Apps
Learning new languages is not only fun, but useful too. However, learning new languages can be difficult sometimes, especially if you're always on the move, or if you don't have the time to take language classes. Also, not to mention the fact that classes like these can cost quite a lot....
Posted on February 16, 2014
Maximize Your Creativity – Optimize Your Writing Space
I read it somewhere that when people compare artists and their way of creating a work of art they most often use the analogy with the two composers, Mozart and Beethoven and create the two categories. The first are like Mozart, a wunderkind, that was able to write music anywhere, from a ballroom to...
Posted on August 8, 2013
What You Should Learn By Yourself at The University
Going to university means you are making yourself prepared for a future career as an adult and for life in a greater perspective. The higher education you pursue and will complete will be your equipment for the next stage of your life. This qualification won't be handed to you on a silver platter,...
Posted on July 30, 2013
Internet – A Great Place for Education
In the times long past, when jobs involving practical skills and crafts were the only ones feeding families and receiving appreciation from the community, in order for one to become a member of a profession, he/she needed to go through a special training period, called apprenticeship. During this...
Posted on June 9, 2013
Cloud In Education, Healthcare and Entertainment Industry
The impact of cloud technology development is getting more and more obvious, even in the areas that aren't considered directly dependent on the IT industry. A good deal of our everyday activities moves to the online space and this trend keeps transforming our everyday habits and professional...
Posted on April 12, 2013
Ways To Enhance Your Experience Of Learning A New Language
Nothing can replace the motivating experience of working with a good language trainer, whether you are having individual or group training sessions. It’s the perfect place to ask all those silly questions and make as many mistakes as you like. But what takes place in the training room or during...
Posted on April 2, 2013
How Many Languages Does Your Child Speak Today?
In times of migration and globalization parents often come across the necessity for their children to learn a second language. Children of foreign workers, ambassadors and foreign affairs department employees have to adapt to different languages, cultures and surroundings while moving from one...
Posted on December 5, 2012
How To Create Your Own Language Training Road Map Today!
When trying to learn a new skill it’s important to do everything you can to give yourself the best chance of success – learning a new language is no different. Whether your foreign language training is learning Cantonese or trying to learn business English By preparing yourself and setting a...
Posted on November 22, 2012
Endangered Languages – What, Why, How?
Endangered languages are ones that risk their no longer being used, and this could be because of speakers turning to other languages or dying. When a language finds no more speakers (native or otherwise) it is regarded as an extinct language. Although languages have been lost over a period of time...
Posted on October 23, 2012
Tips for Overcoming an Accent
When trying to learn or speak a new language, your native accent might make it difficult for you. Here are some tips that can help you overcome your accent so that you’ll be able to better pronounce words and communicate with others. Eliminate Preconceptions One of the reasons many people have...
Posted on September 21, 2012
6 Reasons Why Developing Your Foreign Language Skills Is Essential For Global Expansion
For any business considering trading overseas being fluent in the local language is a powerful tool in their competitive armoury.  In essence, it demonstrates that an organisation is professional and easy to deal with and sets them apart from the rest.  Having a passing knowledge of the local...
Posted on September 11, 2012
Cloud Computing and Translation
Development of technology has always been a marker of changes in existing social habits. Probably the greatest technological invention in the last couple of decades is the Internet. Its rise and expansion blurred geographical boundaries and created an open ecosystem for development of different...
Posted on August 28, 2012
How do Songs Help in Learning a Language?
Music is a powerful communication tool in these days of constant cross-cultural contact via blogs, Facebook, Twitter, forums and so on. If you are not sure you have expressed your opinion clearly enough through your words, posting a link to a song can make a huge difference with regards to how...
Posted on August 24, 2012
Do You Really Need a College Degree?
How many times have you asked this question to yourself? As a young student, many of us have at least once questioned the importance of getting a college degree or pursuing higher education. When Pink Floyd sang “we don’t need no education,” it became a classic for a reason. The relevance of...
Posted on August 22, 2012
Top Ways Teachers Can Improve Children’s Vocabulary
Vocabulary is something that shouldn't be underestimated and can help a young individual to go far in life. By increasing our vocabulary we are able to improve our comprehension which enables us to learn more and to even just enjoy reading fiction more. At the same time if we have a better command...
Posted on July 21, 2012
Use Your Words: 4 Apps to Expand Your Vocabulary
Your vocabulary is one of those things that can always be improved, but if you don’t make an effort to learn new words, it's hard to expand your vocabulary. Rather than wait until you hear or see a word you don't know, there are plenty of ways that your vocabulary can be improved, and technology...
Posted on February 28, 2012
Translating Without Understanding Is The Highest Level Of Understanding Translation
Or just pure unprofessionalism, but let me try to make my case before you judge me. Sadly, most of us aren’t in the position to be too picky regarding the jobs we take – if we were, then my CV would be as empty as my soul has become due to some of the work that I had had to accept. Not all of...
Posted on January 28, 2012
New срб Domain Names, Value and Predictions
Serbia is joining Russia as the second country that has Cyrillic TLD (top level domain) names, .срб in addition to the already present .rs TLD. What is the reason for this, benefit and what can happen in the future regarding the functionality and popularity of this new TLD? Let’s clarify the...
Posted on December 17, 2011
TESOL-Italy’s 36th National Convention – Words and Worlds
TESOL-Italy’s 36th National Convention Rome, 18-19 November 2011 WORDS AND WORLDS by Biljana Radić-Bojanić, PhD, Assistant Professor (Department of English, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad) Despite the expectance of a windy, rainy, cloudy autumn in Rome, I was welcomed,...
Posted on November 23, 2011
On Teaching and Friendship
Disclaimer: The article below is based on the author’s first and second hand experience and concerns exclusively individual and group work when it comes to teaching English as a foreign language in language schools. Have you ever become friends with your students? I will not be preaching against...
Posted on November 21, 2011
Gone in 16 Minutes – Write a Post in 16 Minutes or Less
If you’ve been a blogger or writer like me for a couple of years now then you know how time consuming writing posts could be. And with all the hype about quality content writing, publishing a single post could take a few more hours than it used to. We should never sacrifice quality over...
Posted on November 12, 2011
Explicit and Implicit Meaning
Every language has its own way of functioning that is adjusted to the language system it belongs to. Studies regarding explicitness and implicitness in a language system have largely taken place among theoreticians and much debating has risen regarding this matter. If observed strictly in the...
Posted on November 11, 2011
TESOL Italy’s 36th Annual National Convention
Rome 18-19 November 2011 Title: Words and Worlds Subtitles: Content and Language, Identity and Diversity, Primary Language Education, Motivation in Language Learning For more information, please visit the official website. 24th Annual IATEFL BESIG Conference Dubrovnik, Croatia 18-20 November...
Posted on October 7, 2011
Language Teaching Techniques
For years language teachers have been trying to come up with new ways to transfer knowledge to their students, not only with basic teaching techniques but also by using various teaching aids. As the technology progressed so did the need for the implementation of modern teaching aids in classrooms...
Posted on August 31, 2011
Machine Versus Human Translation I
In an age where Google Translate offers almost instantaneous and largely accurate translation for a plethora of languages and where e-readers such as the Amazon Kindle provide built-in translators for every book, it appears that the translator, as an actual job for a person, has become an outdated...
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