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Hello European language students in the house and all Second Languages Acquisition graduate student: Is there any available software application a German grad student can use to help in the correction of sentence structures, grammatical errors while trying to translate English to Deustch? I will really appreciate any suggestion. Thank you.
Hello Linguist, Polygots, et al. I am an art historian who studied Spanish as an undergrad who needs to take a translation exam and no longer owns a Spanish-English dictionary. Truthfully haven't owned one since high school when it was more necessary since I had the internet and textbooks to use instead throughout college. Anyone have any good recommendations or personal favorites for dictionaries? I tried to leave the title of the post and tags a little more vague if anyone wanted to piggy back for other languages (I know I should have bought an English-MS. Arabic dictionary in undergrad but oh well). Thanks for the help!
The OISE Psychology Clinic (near St. George Subway Station) is looking for a student fluent in Tagalog/Filipino and who is interested in supporting a psychology graduate student during a psychoeducational assessment. This is a great clinical opportunity for those interested in working with children/teenagers and families. Some knowledge of consent and limits to confidentiality is needed. If interested, please respond to this post. Kind regards, Tessie M.
I think that there is a case for each generation to interact with the material from our patrimony, so I think that is at least one reason why new translations are a good idea. While Latin isn't really changing, vernacular languages certainly are. English is not the same as it was ten, twenty, fifty, three-hundred years ago. What do you think?