UKIP candidate steps down as chair of far-right group

UKIP hasn’t always had the best luck with its candidates, who seem to cause controversy wherever they go. For a party that is making a bid for government, they have had an overwhelmingly large turnover of politicians who have been ejected from the group due to issues ranging from racist remarks to fraud. The latest […]

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Breaking Down Language Barriers

  As modern life becomes increasingly dependent on technology and the Internet, we find that the world as a whole becomes smaller. Interacting with people on the other side of the globe can now be done by the click of a button, but one hurdle that continues to remain is language. When it comes to doing […]

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Three Ways a Foreign Language Can Benefit your Career

Knowledge of  a foreign language other than your mother tongue isn’t only useful for travel, but it has also been proven to have a significant effect on your career path, with a wider set of opportunities becoming available – especially as part of an international company. This article will take a look at the five […]

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Learning a Second Language Attributed to the Slowing Down of Brain Ageing and Deterioration

Working on word puzzles such as word searches and crosswords, as well as enjoying puzzles like the popular Sudoku, have long since been linked with keeping the brain cells alive and firing on all pistons for longer (as has eating fish, munching on apples and some say enjoying repetitive routines). While there are some truths […]

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Language Apps Still No Match For Human Translators

Nowadays there seems to be an app for everything, from buying cinema tickets to mapping your jogging route, but some of the most widely used applications are those that translate one language into another. Apps such as Google Translate are free to download and promise fast and efficient translations; in reality, however, they shouldn’t be relied on fully for […]

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Learning a Language While You Sleep is Possible

‘Learning by osmosis’ is a phrase used by many to explain the ability to learn something while sleeping. While the imagery of students sleeping on their desks, then waking refreshed and ready to sit an exam on a subject talked about while they napped is more fantasy than reality, there is evidence that suggests that […]

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Minecraft is Now Being Used to Teach Language

There are many who claim that the over-dependence of our society today on gaming and online socialising is a scourge on both the written and verbal language, and yet it would appear that the use of digital media has actually enhanced the learning of languages. A number of smartphone applications and online tools are now […]

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