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  • One indicator of ethnic heterogeneity within Catholicism is the use of a language other than English by members of a parish, which permits us to see where non-English speakers were concentrated.

    American Grace

  • And for that matter, the absence of anything resembling a p in Chinese characters widely used to write the compound, P is also the one-letter symbol for “parking” in Quebec, where opposition to English gives rise to linguistic rivalry, and where French-speaking Canadians proudly employ the non-English word stationnement to say “parking.”

    The English Is Coming!

  • Speakers of the major non-English languages are in positions to exert influence on the evolution of Global English purely on the basis of their numbers.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Should speakers of English simply refuse to employ “non-English” terms?

    The English Is Coming!

  • It makes it easier for writers from non-English countries to reach the English world - but reach each other, too.

    Interview: Lavie Tidhar Talks About 'World SF'

  • F & SF has agreements with various publishers to print non-English language editions, for instance.

    Interview: Lavie Tidhar Talks About 'World SF'

  • And that's something that has to be answered by both "sides" of it, the English writers and readers and the non-English writers and readers.

    Interview: Lavie Tidhar Talks About 'World SF'

  • SFS: In your introduction to the collection, you also mention that non-English SF is getting wider penetration due to technology.

    Interview: Lavie Tidhar Talks About 'World SF'

  • SFS: Is there bias from English readers against non-English SF?

    Interview: Lavie Tidhar Talks About 'World SF'

  • If you look at the non-English SF magazines, most of them run translations - SF World in China, Nowa Fantastyka in Poland, Ennea in Greece - almost the only example I can think of for original language-only magazine is the Israeli Chalamot Be'asoamia, that was specifically set up to publish Israeli writers.

    Interview: Lavie Tidhar Talks About 'World SF'

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