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· November, 2009

Stories about Language from November, 2009

St. Lucia, U.S.A.: New Book of Poetry

China: Chinese is the most difficult language

Japanese concepts through images and videos

Russia: 6,5 percent of all Web sites are Russian

Africa: Google sponsors Kiswahili Wikipedia Challenge

Taiwan: Introducing Best English Blogs

Japan: Top 60 Expressions of 2009

Guyana: Autobiographical

Hungary: More on Imre Kertész's Interview

Japan: “Obamu”, Verb Form of “Obama”?

Japan: In a World with Automatic Translation

In a post titled "I especially want to read 'trivial information", Japanese blogger Chikirin gives a fresh perspective on what's important or not and why in automated translation of the...

Finland: The Language Issue

U.S., Europe: Immigrant Writing; Diaspora Mentality

Guyana: Must Get Mosquito

South Africa: South African national anthem for English speakers

Hungary: Comments on the Interview with Imre Kertész

The anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall has inspired Hungarian bloggers, too: they are discussing an interview with Imre Kertész, a Nobel Prize-winning Hungarian author living in Berlin,...

Caribbean: French Literary Prizes

Albania: Giving Directions

Kenya: Are you Chikuyu or Ruo?

Russia: Snow and the Language

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