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Products That Have Dirty Names In Other Languages
18 aug 2014 11:08

As you can see, sometimes things get lost in translation.

As you can see, sometimes things get lost in translation.

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15 Delightful Foreign Phrases About Love And Relationships
24 mar 2014 11:54

Sometimes, English doesn’t quite cover it.

Sometimes, English doesn’t quite cover it.

Tags: foreign    languages    love    phrase   
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Cool Words from Other Languages (30 pics)
05 mar 2014 11:46

English language needs these words!

English language needs these words!

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Untranslable words, shows a lot about a different cultures
11 dec 2013 14:02

Sometimes it is possible to tranlate one foreign word only by the whole phrase.

Sometimes it is possible to tranlate one foreign word only by the whole phrase.

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These Fun Illustrations Will Help You Read Chinese In Record Time
29 aug 2013 14:27

The Chinese language is a fascinating and expansive beast. The general rule is that if you recognize around 200 characters, that will allow you to understand around 40% of what you see – from menus, to street signs, through to newspapers and television commercials. That’s enough for most tourists to travel around the country quite easily. If you want to get lost in a chunky novel, you’re going to need to be familiar with around 1000 different characters. And finally, if you’re planning on being an astrophysicist in China, you’re going to have to broaden your range to around 20,000 characters.

The Chinese language is a fascinating and expansive beast. The general rule is that if you recognize around 200 characters, ...

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