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Table of Contents The arrival of the Internet age has already radically changed the way we communicate. We have developed this page to track the relationship of languages and the Internet, looking at use of language online, and the development and preservation of language in an increasingly digital world. If you would like to contribute to this page, or suggest any related resources, please contact Global Voices Multilingual Editor, Paula Góes. What we do: Global Voices bloggers report on how citizens use the internet and social media to make their voices heard, often translating from different languages. For more information on indigenous cultures, please visit our Indigenous Rights page. Global Voices · Languages and the Internet
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Mercredi 26 mars 2014 3 26 /03 /Mars /2014 17:12 17 videos from the Education Portal English Courses explaining literary terminology This series of videos display illustrative examples to help you define and use these literary terms.You'll be able to... - identify terms like 'irony', 'foreshadowing', 'catharsis', 'allegory' (& more) ; ESL blog < taste its flavour :o)