foreign-language love

foreign-language

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  • “The contract, and the Persona management technology itself, supports classified blogging activities on foreign-language Web sites to enable CENTCOM to counter violent extremist and enemy propaganda outside the U.S.,” Speaks told SpyTalk.

    Spy bloggers not ‘friending’ U.S. targets, Centcom says

  • There's nothing academic about it, "gringo" is used all over the Spanish speaking world to mean a foreign-language speaker.

    I saw a Gringo begging today

  • If it functions or purports to function as a viable linguistic operation, it appears somewhere in this juxtaposition-happy assemblage: stage directions, mailing addresses, quotations, footnotes, cross-outs, untranslated foreign-language bons mots -- you get the picture.

    Seth Abramson: December 2011 Contemporary Poetry Reviews

  • But the worst part of the Beowulf deal was the fact that I was forced to include all foreign-language translation rights in the package they got for their advance money.

    In Which the Author Discusses the "M" Word

  • Holy rollers also believe that watching foreign-language films, especially those from Europe, will turn one into a sex criminal.

    Think Progress » Duke’s Jim Rogers leaves Chamber of Commerce board after climate fight.

  • I'd like the original artists' foreign-language versions of songs best known sung in English.

    Readers recommend: foreign-language versions

  • Distributors of the film "The Flowers of War," China's most expensive movie made and its Academy Award entry for best foreign-language film, announced prior to its December release that it would increase ticket prices by five yuan, requiring a minimum price of 40 yuan, and maintain the right to 45% of its profits, limiting the profits of cinemas, according to the state-owned newspaper China Daily.

    China May Cap Prices of Movie Tickets

  • Dustin Cowell, who teaches Arabic at Wisconsin-Madison and is chair of the Department of African Languages and Literature,says foreign-language immersion programs are effective because the language becomes a part of the students when they use it to express their feelings or to talk about ordinary, everyday activities.

    College campuses add language immersion programs

  • To encourage repeat customers, Mr. Kapell started brainstorming new ideas, such as packs with oversize words for kids, foreign-language versions and ones with themes such as geeks, Christmas and bike lovers.

    After the One-Hit Wonder

  • The lineup includes everything from star-driven romantic comedies to the first film made in Rwanda, as well as tons of documentaries and foreign-language films from unfamiliar directors.

    A Delectable First Course of Foreign Films

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