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Can You Learn Languages Better with a Song?

Can You Learn Languages Better with a Song?

People having trouble learning Latin or digesting their Dutch are advised to break into song, as a new study suggests it improves memory skills.

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Bilingualism Can Delay the Effects of Dementia

Bilingualism Can Delay the Effects of Dementia

Speaking more than one language is not only a skill to be envied in business but could also carry mental health benefits.

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Poor Instructions Lead to ‘Product Rage’

Poor Instructions Lead to ‘Product Rage’

If cryptic product manuals get your blood boiling.....don't despair, the phenomena is more common than you think.

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Are Retailers Ready for the Christmas Tourist Influx?

Are Retailers Ready for the Christmas Tourist Influx?

The UK has become a hotspot for international shoppers, particularly over the Christmas period. But are retailers ready?

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LVMH to Capitalise on Chinese Tourism With New Store

LVMH to Capitalise on Chinese Tourism With New Store

LVMH Moet Hennessey Louis Vuitton are to renovate their old department store in Paris in a bid to attract tourists from emerging markets.

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Russian Tourism Industry Booming and Bringing Benefits

Russian Tourism Industry Booming and Bringing Benefits

Russian Tourism Industry Booming and Bringing Benefits

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New Study Debunks Myths of Medical Tourism

New Study Debunks Myths of Medical Tourism

New Study Debunks Myths of Medical Tourism. A new study has changed the way we see medical tourists.

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Entering Emerging Markets Doesn’t Always Translate Into Success

Entering Emerging Markets Doesn’t Always Translate Into Success

With generic competition and lagging vaccines sales, Sanofi, the French drugmaker posted a decline in sales and a steeper decline in profits.

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Australia Takes the Bilingual Lead

Australia Takes the Bilingual Lead

Australian government focused on improving trade links with Asian nations and teaching of Mandarin in Australian schools.

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Translation Glasses Now a Reality

Translation Glasses Now a Reality

NTT Docomo, Japan’s leading telecoms firm, has developed glasses that can translate foreign text as you read it.

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UK Manufacturers Gear Up for National Export Week

UK Manufacturers Gear Up for National Export Week

UK manufacturers are going all out during National Export Week to spread the message that Britain is open for business.

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Standard Teaching Practices Can Hinder Language Learning

Standard Teaching Practices Can Hinder Language Learning

Cambridge University study shows that the way in which language is formally taught fails to take full advantage of the learning process.

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European Legal Translation Law Comes Into Effect

European Legal Translation Law Comes Into Effect

EU citizens who are arrested or accused of a crime now have the right to receive interpretation in their own language in all courts in the European Union.

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Swahili Set to Become Official Language of East Africa

Swahili Set to Become Official Language of East Africa

Swahili is set to become the official language of five major countries in East Africa as part of an effort to improve business and community links in the region.

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Translation Holds Key to Potential of UK Music Tourism

Translation Holds Key to Potential of UK Music Tourism

Generating a total of £2.2 billion to the UK economy, the music tourism industry is big business in anyone's language. But this figure could translate into something even higher.

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Demand for Qualified Translators On the Up

Demand for Qualified Translators On the Up

Demand for professional translators is set to rise but candidates for jobs will need to show that they stand out from the competition.

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Learning Languages ‘Shapes Brain Areas’

Learning Languages ‘Shapes Brain Areas’

A study among Japanese speakers shows that learning dialects at a young age can shape the way the brain processes languages.

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Poorly Translated Punjabi Safety Leaflet Causes Police Embarrassment

Poorly Translated Punjabi Safety Leaflet Causes Police Embarrassment

Police in Leicester apologised for issuing a poorly-translated safety leaflet for Diwali that Punjabi speakers were left struggling to understand.

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21 Elements of International Marketing

21 Elements of International Marketing

Expanding your business abroad is a major undertaking, even for the most experienced entrepreneurs and marketing professionals....

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A Tale of Two Syntaxes: Online Behaviour in Canada

A Tale of Two Syntaxes: Online Behaviour in Canada

Millennials are known for taking a lead in adopting digital user trends and the case is no different for America's oft over-looked neighbour Canada.

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