An amusing list of the most current colloquial words has been included in the August addition to the online version of the Oxford English Dictionary. They are words that have been gathered by a system of online sourcing and by the Reading Programme, with the aim of finding fashionable new words and monitoring changing trends […]

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Plans to open new Welsh Language Centres and Spaces with £1.25m of government funding were announced yesterday. During the 2014 National Eisteddfod, First Minister Carwyn Jones said that the move aims to promote the use of Welsh as part of the ‘Moving Forward’ campaign, part of the Welsh Government’s final policy statement on the Welsh […]

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Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, a Welsh theatre company, is launching an app that will translate key elements of a performance into English for the benefit of the audience. The app has been designed to enable smartphone users who do not speak Welsh to follow key elements of the production, thus ultimately widening their spectrum of patrons. […]

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When a company or an individual is in the limelight one would expect them, or at least their marketing agency, to advise against using poor grammar. Sadly, this is clearly not the case, as well-known institutions such as the NHS and Tesco have been named amongst the worst offenders for using poor grammar.   The […]

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You would think that with the rise of technology, the preferred way to learn a language would be on the move, using a laptop, tablet or phone. Although this has opened up possibilities to those who didn’t think they had the time to learn, it’s still not the most popular option for the majority of […]

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