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Looking for Ebonics Translators

We recently posted a concise summary of what is Ebonics, or African-American Vernacular English. In even shorter terms, it is a form of English used by the U.S. African American population, usually members of the lower social strata, but also used generally as a “street language” (i.e., not limited to use by African Americans). And […]

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Natural Translators?

What kind of person might naturally be a good translator? Maybe this seems like a silly question but I, having been exposed to linguistic diversity relatively late in my life, sometimes find myself envying those who have been exposed to greater linguistic diversity and have an apparent facility with language learning and, especially, the use […]

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