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Everything you ever wanted to know about expat support, but were afraid to ask

Norman Viss and Carol Van Dyken at the Expat Everyday Support Center have put together an Intercultural Blog Carnival with the theme Expat Support: What We Need, and How to Deliver It. It’s everything you ever wanted to know about … Continue reading

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Language: why you shouldn’t stop at just one

My buddy Russell, who blogs at Searching For A Life Less Ordinary, is about to become a first-time father. He’s seriously considering raising a bilingual baby, having learned French when he lived in Canada (before fleeing to Australia’s sunnier shores.) … Continue reading

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Say what?

I mentioned in my recent post on language learning tips that I have a fondness for naughty words in other languages. A psychotherapist would be able to explain where that enjoyment comes from (and what it says about me), but … Continue reading

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