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Twisted fairy tales. Stereotypes Intercultural Communication. Stereotypes. Street art. How languages evolve - Alex Gendler. What is the difference between "a hearty welcome" and "a cordial reception"? In a brief, action-packed history of the English language, Kate Gardoqui explains why these semantically equal phrases evoke such different images. What do Game of Thrones’ Dothraki, Avatar’s Na’vi, Star Trek’s Klingon and LOTR’s Elvish have in common? They are all fantasy constructed languages, or conlangs. Conlangs have all the delicious complexities of real languages: a high volume of words, grammar rules, and room for messiness and evolution. This incredibly thorough map shows the branching diversity of languages throughout the history of the world. "The object of inquiry in linguistics is human language, in particular the extent and limits of diversity in the world’s languages. From the BBC, here's "a guide to which languages are most widely spoken, hardest to learn and other revealing facts.

" Music is a powerful communication tool--it causes us to laugh, cry, think and question. Historiana : Case Study : Suffragettes and suffragists: the campaign for women’s voting rights: Britain and the wider world. Suffragettes and suffragists: the campaign for women’s voting rights: Britain and the wider world The introduction of women's suffrage came at different times in different places. The struggle to achieve votes for women began in the late 18th century but had little success until the early 20th century - even at the beginning of the 21st century there are still countries where votes for women are restricted or denied.

One important episode in the campaign for women's suffrage was fought in Britain from about 1880 until 1918, when Parliament finally granted some women (but not all) the right to vote. The struggle of women in Britain was similar to that of women in other similar societies: the United States, New Zealand and countries in Northern Europe, such as Finland, Iceland and Norway.

By the end of the Second World War, voting rights for women had been secured in most of the developed world but this did not mean the struggle for equality was over. ShareThis. Women's rights country by country - interactive | Global development. Fiche action EPIcontes. Tableau de synthèseEPIcontes (2) EPI MULTILANGUES CONTES. SurveyMonkey : logiciel gratuit de sondage en ligne et de questionnaire. Anglais. Managing a customer complaint.