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· December, 2007

Stories about Language from December, 2007

Trinidad & Tobago: Slang

Hong Kong: Learning From the F Word

Kazakhstan: Debates over Latinization of Kazakh Language

Kazakhstan intends to switch the state language to the Latin script. It was announced that the transition will take 12-15 years. As adam_kesher writes, the plan stirred many disputes and...

Ukraine, Russia: On Tymoshenko, Yanukovych and Putin

Brazil: We will write in Portuguese indeed

Trinidad & Tobago: Media Accuracy

Armenia: Robinson Crusoe in Kurdish

Taiwan: Gtalk Translation

Russia: Lyudmila Ulitskaya

Hong Kong: Delay No Mall

Japan: 2007 Kanji of the Year

Kazakhstan: Latinization of the Kazakh Language

Israel: Arab Literacy Project

Serbia: “Tension Digest”

Russia: President Dmitry Medvedev?

Anglophone Russia bloggers are discussing the much-awaited announcement of the person who is likely to become Russia's next president: Dmitry Medvedev.

Kuwait: Dude, Where is my Winter ?

This week, a Kuwaiti blogger dishes out advice on how to behave this winter while others continue to give comedy act Axis of Evil raving reviews. Also from Kuwait is...

Jordan: Parking or Barking?

Russia: Western Media Response to the Election

Ukraine: “Hitler Infantilization”

South Korea: Foreign Teacher's Visa

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