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DAILYWORD: SKILLS

Monday, 31 August 2015 by
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August 31st 2015 – E-IDs denied over weak language skills.   Read more about it here: YLE

DAILYWORD: INUIT

Friday, 28 August 2015 by
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August 28th 2015 – Inuit language conference wraps in Iqaluit.   Read more here: CBCNews

DAILYWORD: RECOGNITION

Thursday, 27 August 2015 by
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August 27th 2015 – Sign language gets recognition as a real language.   Read more here: Herald

DAILYWORD: INSTITUTIONAL

Wednesday, 26 August 2015 by
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August 26th 2015 – Institutional language has no place in children’s homes.     Read more here: GUARDIAN

DAILYWORD: HURT

Tuesday, 25 August 2015 by
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August 25th 2015 – The language we use also have the power to hurt others.     Read more here: SMH

DAILYWORD: CHANGING

Monday, 24 August 2015 by
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August 24th 2015 – English changing so fast there are words majority don’t understand.   Read more here: Mail Online

DAILYWORD: DROP

Friday, 21 August 2015 by
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August 21st 2015 – Why has there been a drop in students taking language GCSEs? Teachers’ views.     Read more about this here: Guardian

DAILYWORD: PHONES

Thursday, 20 August 2015 by
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August 20th 2015 –  Google’s in-house programming language now runs on phones.   Read more about it here: WIRED

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19 August 2015 – With the summer boom in the numbers of visitors to Expo Milano 2015 confirming the global enthusiasm for and international interest in food, the public now has access to an “Expodictionary”, an original Dictionary of Food in 9 of the world’s most widely spoken languages: (Arabic, Chinese, French, English, Russian, Portuguese,

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DAILYWORD: CREW

Wednesday, 19 August 2015 by
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August 19th 2015 – What does cabin crew jargon REALLY mean?   Read more about it here: DailyMail

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