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Sign Language

People of communities known as the “culturally deaf,” by linguists, primarily use Sign (or signed) languages. Hand signals, facial expressions;   the positions of the body, head nods and other physical indications—even the silent mouthing the words— are implemented as a means of communication. What is the Significance?   The study of sign

Where to Work as a Translator

Translation Jobs

In the global economy, translators have so many opportunities for great paying jobs. People who are multilingual have opportunities to work for huge multinational corporations or they can work for themselves offering their services online or locally. Because translating needs to be extremely precise, translators can make a comfortable living

Study English in the United States

Study English

In the United States, the idea of studying English is quite different from what it means around the world. When college students in the United States decide to pursue a degree in English, it is very different from pursuing a degree in Spanish, French, or Latin. English Degree in College While English

What’s in a Word?

keyboard, pen or pencil

From Phonetics to Neologism  Words are, at their most basic, compilations of diverse sounds. Phonetics is the branch of the linguistics tree that concerns itself with the sounds of speech and their creation, fusion, and illustration through transcribed images. Sounds are characterized by the location and method of articulation; and the

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