Stanley Unwin

  Stanley Unwin: Accessed 12/08/2018 http://shootingparrots.co.uk/2018/05/30/u-is-for-stanley-unwin-2/   Gobbledygook The film, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, is famous for many things, not least of all the car, but it does feature a particular actor who appears to speak in gobbledygook and that actor is none other than Stanley Unwin. Gobbledygook is defined as language that is either unintelligible […]

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Norfolk Dialect

Norfolk Dialect It is quite common to read articles focusing on the revival of the Cornish language or the increase in Welsh speakers. Rather less well known is that Norfolk also has its own dialect, famously pilloried on television in programmes such as All the King’s Men, where the inhabitants of Norfolk sounded more like […]

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Word of the Year

Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year Following hot on the heels of ‘selfie’, ‘post-truth’ and ‘omnishambles’, the Oxford Dictionary has awarded ‘youthquake’ the title of ‘Word of the Year’. Oxford Dictionaries define this Word of the Year as, ‘a significant cultural, political or social change arising from the actions or influence of young people’. Usage […]

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[ Machine Translation: The Big Tech Companies As Google and its main big tech rivals continue to announce developments in their machine translation services, should human translators be fearful that their role will one day be completely replaced by a chatbot? Machine Translation: A Viable Alternative Early machine translation services were woefully inadequate, but as […]

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[https://www.all-languages.org.uk/student/become-a-language-teacher. Image accessed: 25 June 2018] Interchangeable skills? Do language teachers make good translators? Or perhaps the question should be, do translators and interpreters make good language teachers? Is the old adage of, ‘Those that can, do, those that can’t, teach’ really true in this context? Surely if you are a teacher of one or […]

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Modern Languages

Declining Popularity in Modern Languages at School For many years, taking a language subject at O level and then more recently GCSE, was an essential requirement for entry onto a university course. This began to fall out of favour and there is a probable connection between this lack of emphasis on modern languages at school […]

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ITI

Reflecting on the Success of The International Translators and Interpreters (ITI) Conference Cardiff 2017 [Source: https://www.iti-conference.org.uk/?page_id=2070, Accessed: 11/06/2018] ITI Conference May 2017 The ITI Conference is a unique event, the biggest of its type in the UK for translators and interpreters. Just over a year has passed now since the Conference was held in the beautiful, […]

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