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And What About Us? English Around The World

When we talk about the English language, we’re usually referring to one of two forms of English. Quite often, this is British English. After all, the English language evolved in England! However, at other times we may be referring to American English, quite simply because the United States has the…

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Translation and Dialects

When entering a new market, it’s a good idea to know what type of translation you need to use. Do you need a standardized translation, or does your work need to be translated more deeply, to take into account local dialect? Making this distinction is essential for ensuring the audience…

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How Shakespeare Changed the English Language

It’s safe to say that William Shakespeare is one of the most headache-inducing playwrights of all time. His plays – and his language – are the source of much discontent for many school and college students around the world, and yet it’s this seemingly incoherent jumble of Middle English, foreign…

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Let’s Have a Butcher’s at Some British Slang

While we may well have a few colloquialisms of our own, we can’t deny that no one does slang quite like the British. In fact, it’s been taking over for a while. A few years ago, the BBC reported that ‘slanglish’ had become ‘the ordinary way of speaking for many…

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