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Coping With The Rising Number Of EAL Pupils In Primary Schools

17th August 2014
The number of children entering UK schools who have limited English or who can't speak it at all is increasing. This means that language barriers in classrooms are becoming an ever more common problem, one which head teachers and staff will have to work h... Read >
Author: Hannah McCarthey

Tips on Choosing Home Office Furniture

02nd May 2012
Home office furniture is becoming an increasingly common component of modern furniture stores all over the USA. Whether you are looking for furniture in Atlanta, New York, or Seattle, you will find a good choice of pieces for your office in response to th... Read >
Author: Peter Nisbet

Important Attributes of a Fully-Competent Translator

21st September 2011
What are the kinds of necessary attributes required to become a fully-competent translator? Translation as a profession is a very complex career, particularly because of it requires one to be as competent as possible so as to accurately translate one lang... Read >
Author: myinterpreter

Important Attributes for Professional Translators

14th September 2011
There are many popular services that a professional translator is offering to their clients. Although some may involve simple services, such as Website translation services, many translators also offer sophisticated services which may require more skills ... Read >
Author: myinterpreter

English Pronunciation: Improving with Nursery Rhymes

24th September 2009
How can children's nursery rhymes help adults improve their pronunciation of English? For some of the same reasons they help English-speaking children learn the rhythms and rhyming patterns of their first language. Nursery rhymes draw children's attent... Read >
Author: marygillespie

Challenges of teaching English as a foreign language

20th March 2009
There are two different kinds of languages. Your first language or native language is the language you are born into. This is the language your parents or family speak. This is the earliest language you learn. This language is acquired through life experi... Read >
Author: adalphpaul

Massage - The Importance of touch

13th March 2009
Massage - The Importance of touch Touch is one of the human's five senses. Each of the five senses are extremely important not only for allowing us to make cognitive connections with the world, but for providing us with a rich emotional life. Sensati... Read >
Author: pstone

Which Two South American Countries Dont Speak Spanish

29th January 2008
Learning Spanish: Spanish Language Dictionary Spanish Language Commercials All those who have studied a foreign language understand the process of trial and error each of us goes through as we learn to speak in a new language. There are different type... Read >
Author: Lori
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