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Languages Blend Beautifully at This Year's Olympic Games

July 13, 2016

On August 5th the countries of the world will work to put aside their differences, and come together for two weeks of sportsmanship in Rio, Brazil. Many of us have already been watching the... Read More 


North American Polyglot Symposium in July

July 8, 2016

Are you ready to learn a new language? On July 23rd and 24th, the North American Polyglot Symposium (NAPS) will be held at the Downtown Campus of Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.... Read More 


Common Languages Spoken in the Melting Pot

June 15, 2016

The United States of American is often called the “great melting pot” or the “mixing bowl” as a way of referring to the cultures of many nations coming together into a new... Read More 


Want a Bigger Brain? Learn a new language.

June 1, 2016

Do you know what happens to your brain when you learn a new language? Language processing is how your brain's uses the cerebral cortex to communicate ideas and feelings as well as how you process... Read More 


Polyglots and the Amazing Power of Language Hacking

May 31, 2016

"Polyglot" is not a word commonly used in day-to-day conversation yet it refers to a personal quality many of us wish to possess, the ability to speak several languages. Often when we encounter an... Read More 


Why Do People Speak More Than One Language?

May 13, 2016

Mastering the language skills to be bilingual or trilingual would seem easy for those of us who grew up in the land of opportunity. After all, due the enormous immigrant population that settled... Read More 


Advantages of Using an Audience Response System

April 21, 2016

Audience response systems (ARS) create an interactive relationship between a presenter and his or her audience. Using ARS in multilingual meetings and conferences can provide huge benefits and can... Read More 


How Infrared Helps People with Physical Impairments

April 14, 2016

Wireless communication allows information to be exchanged between two devices without the use of wires (or cables). Terms commonly used in describing wireless communication include transmitter,... Read More 


Language Preferences Extend Beyond Words

March 26, 2016

Thanks to today’s digital connections, commerce and communications take place on a global scale. Home buyers in China browse for properties in Los Angeles, Parisian restaurants hunt for the... Read More 


Sometimes It Just Gets Lost in Translation

March 16, 2016

For businesses to succeed in a foreign market, it is important to understand how both words and situations appeal to the international consumer. When this isn't done correctly, it can have... Read More 


 
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