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How to Speak/Write English the Canadian Way

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Canada is the second largest country in the world. So depending on which part of Canada you’re visiting, you may encounter different accents, slang, and vocabulary. Furthermore, there are 2 official languages, English and French, but for this post I would like to focus on Canadian English. Canadian English is an interesting blend of British […]

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What Happened to the Letter Q in Turkish?

  When Turkey first became a democratically recognized sovereign country in the 1920s, it made some major changes that greatly affected the life and the culture of its citizens. In 1928, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the first president of Turkey decreed that the language of Turkish would be Romanized, adapting a version of the Latin alphabet […]

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Brand before Product

There are a lot of product brands that impose themselves so heavily on the market that they end up really owning their product name. It is a very interesting phenomenon, as is knowing what to do when you have to translate them. In Spanish there are some clear examples in which products take the name […]

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The Official language of Turkey and Cyprus,Türkçe konuşuyorum, Türkçe konuşurum

Turkish belongs to the family of Turkic languages ​​with Turkey being this language family’s archetypical country. These languages ​​are spoken throughout a belt of regions that stretches from Turkey to Central Asia, in areas such as Kosovo and Macedonia. This is why all these languages ​​have a high degree of intelligibility (meaning that they closely […]

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