Between Dictionaries and Style Guides: Which One to Use

onMay 24, 2018

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Dictionaries and Style Guides choose one
24th May 2018

However far advanced writers are there are still trusty resources that they use and that’s the use of style guides and dictionaries. Several dictionaries are available and a well loved one is Webster’s. The difference between style guides and dictionaries is that style guides provide guidelines for a certain style which is linked to specific dictionaries which follow that style.
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Professional Proofreading is Better Than Any Free Online Proofreading Tools !

onMay 18, 2018

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Professional proofreading services
18th May 2018
KW professional proofreading services

No writer or translator will ever release a document of any type before it has been through the proofreading process. Even the best writers will most likely make mistakes, even if they go through their text a number of times. Whatever you are writing or translating it is always best to ask someone to proofread your text who hasn’t taken any part in writing it.

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How to Use Music to Improve Your Foreign Language

onMay 8, 2018

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Music translation helps learn new language
8th May 2018

Music in foreign languages is a great learning tool because it occurs so naturally in our lives. Music can be heard just about everywhere, whether in a car, on the television, on the internet, or when out shopping. Many parents even sing songs to babies and kids to help them fall asleep quickly at night.

There seems to be some indication that the brain can quickly pick up things if they are ... View More

10 Facts About British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreters

onMay 1, 2018

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sign language interpretation
1st May 2018

The World Federation of the Deaf recognises that there are 70 million people who use some form of sign language to aid communication. British Sign Language (BSL) is the language used by more than 87,000 deaf people in Britain whose English may be a 2nd or 3rd language. In fact, BSL is used by 151,000 individuals in Britain. This doesn’t allow for professional BSL users, BSL interpreters and BSL translators.

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