English-language love

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  • The 20-word English-language report didn't elaborate.

    China State News Agency Dismisses Death Reports

  • "And as a filmmaker I had also seen the future limits of the description of that reality," as big-budget, big-name English-language productions like

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Japanese version will play at evening screenings and a dubbed English-language version will show at matinees.

    NYT > Home Page

  • English-language dictionaries arose partly in reaction to the masses of new words surging into and being dragged out of their coffins, or native habitats, by English during the Renaissance.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Similarly, the English-language Jewish Tribune wrote that one should “expect colored dancers to put about fifty times more pep into a performance than the average white girl cares to attempt.”

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • A new gadget that is generating quite a bit of buzz around the Japanese English-language blogs is the Poken, with various events having giveaways of the wee beasties, with now JapanSoc also getting in on the act.

    Are Japanese anti-social gits too?

  • Programs like CAIS's carry little risk, said Marty Abbott, director of education at ACTFL, because even those students who spend their entire day in another language eventually catch up to and might even surpass their peers in English-language skills.

    Growing Diversity Fuels Chinese School

  • Nadia became editor of the Yemen Times, the only independent, English-language paper in the country, in 2005.

    Pat Mitchell: Embracing Otherness: Nadia Al Sakkaf

  • Cyril Almeida wrote on Friday in an editorial in Pakistan's leading English-language newspaper, Dawn.

    Bin Laden raid sparks rare criticism in Pakistan

  • Sometimes, as in his English-language version of Georges Feydeau's "A Flea in Her Ear" or the many musical-comedy books that he has freshened up for City Center's "Encores!" series, these are more or less straightforward adaptations meant to make the works on which they are based more accessible to modern audiences.

    Flying Couplets and Canapés

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