Learning And Appreciating New Cultures

3 Reasons to Teach Your Child with a Cochlear Implant Sign Language

Posted by on Aug 17th, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Reasons to Teach Your Child with a Cochlear Implant Sign Language

It is absolutely amazing the advances that have been made in technology in terms of hearing aids and cochlear implants. Someone who was completely deaf before might now be able to hear things as they never thought possible with the help of a cochlear implant. Also, if a baby gets a cochlear implant from the time that they are very young, they will likely speak completely normally, and no one will even know that they have hearing loss. However, even though there have been amazing technological advances, sign language is still incredibly...

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Three Qualities To Look For In A Russian Translator

Posted by on Apr 18th, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Three Qualities To Look For In A Russian Translator

It doesn’t matter what industry you operate within, if you want to be competitive, you need to be able to engage in an International market. The assistance of a Russian translator can assist you with accomplishing this goal. However, just not any translator. All translators are not created equal so it’s important that you choose wisely. Here are some tips to get you started.  Industry Knowledge It’s a good idea to investigate whether or not the translator has industry experience. An ideal translator would be an...

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Pair, Pear, And Other Reasons English Is Hard

Posted by on Jul 17th, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Pair, Pear, And Other Reasons English Is Hard

Learning any new language is difficult, especially for older kids and adults, and English comes with enough pitfalls to make it hard even for native speakers. From grammar requirements that always seem to have an exception to non-phonetic spellings, English is a beast that requires years of study and practice to tame. Spelling Schmelling You know who didn’t care about spelling? Those who developed English language rules over the years. Numerous words don’t look at all like they sound: Why doesn’t through sound like rough,...

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