How to learn a new language

What if you just can’t remember a word?The world is full of words you might never even know you had, but with the right language learner, you can learn new words with ease.This video series will show you how to learn the language of your dreams.First up is “Bubble” (Bubbles), a video game developed by […]

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Why do some people speak more than others in their native language?

A team of researchers from the University of Toronto has found that people with a speech disorder who are bilingual have different types of speech.This finding is significant because it indicates that the brain is not completely unique to a particular language, and that people who speak a language may have different ways of processing […]

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The most important language to learn for a disabled person is disability language

Disabled Americans are disproportionately affected by language barriers and other barriers to accessibility in their lives, and those who use language differently can make the difference between success and failure in their life.But the importance of language also comes with its challenges.In an age when social media and video gaming have made communication with people […]

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‘Aurora-class submarine is in the air’: ‘Aerospace company will start work on new class’

The first of the Aurora-class submarines that will replace the aging aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford has arrived in Japan and the first work is being done on the second of the new class.The ship’s first-of-its-kind launch in the Pacific Ocean from the port of Yokosuka, on the southern coast of Japan, is scheduled […]

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Which language is the most common in the UK?

A new study says Britain has the world’s highest proportion of disabled people living in poverty and disabled people are more likely to be unemployed than their non-disabled peers.The study, by the disability rights charity Disability Rights UK, said the lack of opportunities for disabled people to study and have jobs made it difficult for […]

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Google says it is ‘very excited’ about its new language and accessibility tools

The Google+ team has released a blog post on the company’s language and disabilities support team announcing that it is “very excited” about the new language-aware tools it is introducing.Google+ is one of the most important social networks in the world.Since it launched in 2009, it has seen over 70 million monthly active users, and […]

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The latest in language-based disability coverage

Fox Sports is bringing its award-winning sports radio program “Inside the Linguistic Diverse Community” to television in the fall with the debut of the “Language-Based Disability” program, which features guest hosts who will discuss how they deal with language-related disabilities.The program will debut exclusively on Fox Sports 1 on October 10, and will air weekly […]

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How to talk about disability, language and disability issues in India

The Times Of India has released a report detailing the disability language used by Indian students in India, including in schools, government offices, and businesses.The report, which is available online, reveals how the Indian government and its education and employment institutions have failed to meet the demands of the Indian community for inclusive language use […]

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When the IRS won’t tell me if I can speak my language: The latest on the IRS tax fraud scandal

The IRS has not been telling me that I can say my language, the IRS has refused to tell me that there are legal requirements that I have to comply with, and the IRS is now telling me I have a choice to say my name, my religion, my gender, my political affiliation, my sexual […]

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