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Arya59 views

How do i improve my English I would probably move to another country for my studies. ?

I want effective tips because there is no one in my surrounding that speaks English. It's been 2 years I've been watching content on social media in english. I'm probably at intermediate level. I know simple vocabulary. I want to master at speaking English.

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Sylvia341 views

Which classes would be the most beneficial for me to take?

I am interested in becoming a Speech Language Pathologist and I want to take dual enrollment classes next year because presently I'm in 10th grade.

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Jolene303 views

If you're bi/multilingual, did you find it helped you in your job?

Not in the interview, but in your actual job. Also interested in answers from people who know sign languages!

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Teriyana228 views

Does anyone know any universities that have master programs that in Multilingual Studies?

I would like to learn multiple languages at once and get a Masters degree. I've been searching the internet and have had no luck finding a program that teaches multilingual studies and/or Master program that has a "study aboard" opportunity to learn the language of one's choice. Any suggestions? Any feedback would be helpful at this point. Thank you!

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Michelle185 views

How to be ready for AP Spanish?

I’m good at Spanish but still nervous about Publix speech

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CareerVillage Office Hours209 views

Which (foreign) languages are in demand right now?

Note: this is part of our Professionals series where volunteers share questions they wish they saw on the platform

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I’m an English Language Learner; how can that work to my benefit?

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CareerVillage Office Hours227 views

What does it take to become a translator?

I am a college senior at St John's University. I am a French major, and I would like to be a French translator. Note: this question was asked anonymously by a student

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Hailey219 views

What is the best abroad study programs?

I want to live in another country a I want to find cheap study abroad programs

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Brooklyn405 views

What is the best language to learn as a beginner to becoming bilingual if English is your first language ?

I am a freshman in high school the end of the year is this Thursday, the last day of school. I decided to learn a new language over the summer since I would like to become a nurse or travel nurse, or just something that allows me to help others as much as possible. However I have struggled with keeping a consistent schedule for learning the languages I really want to learn and some of them are a bit complex so I was wondering what language I should start with before I move on to the languages I really want to learn. The languages I have previously tried learning are Korean Spanish Thai and French. Those are just some I have tried, I want to learn more but those are the ones I want to start with.

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Alyssa160 views

Why did you become a Speech Language Pathology?

Hello! My name is Alyssa and I am a current high school student. I'm conducting an interview with any professional in the Speech-Language Pathology field for a Foundations in Health Science Class project about careers! I have created a total of 13 questions. Comment on this post, answering all 13 questions to be apart of my assignment. 1. What profession did you choose? Why? 2. How many years of college did you need to go through? 3. What jobs did you work before you landed your present professional job? 4. How can I decide if I should earn a Ph.D. in this field? 5. Were you in a college program? 6. Did you have to pivot and go back to school at a later date? 7.Did you shadow another professional in the field? 8. Did you join any school clubs related to your current profession? 9. Was there a particular subject you struggled with during your school years? 10. What skill sets did you learn or gain while pursuing your career? 11. What will the main communication challenges be? 12. Can a communication device help? If so, can we talk with an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) specialist? 13. Do you work as part of a team? What members are on the team?

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Flynn201 views

Summer Retention?

How do I retain what I learned in Spanish this year over the summer?

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Chika196 views

Where do I do volunteer work online as a high school student as being international?

I ve searched a lot but most of them require for me to be a American or Indian or most are not free

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Rhianna321 views

What is any advice for becoming a Speech-language pathologist in Ontario?

What should I major in for undergrad that can also be a good degree on its own? What is this subject like? What are the Pros and Cons of this profession? What are some entry-level job salaries?

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Kayla458 views

What are free ways to learn Korean?

I have a dream of visiting Korea and taking dance classes, going to a concert, and whatnot. Yes, I am one of those people who like k-pop and the culture. Literally so amazing. First, before I do travel to Korea, I have to learn Korean, but anyway I have tried, and it hasn't stuck in my head. I want to travel to Korea when I am 18, but whenever I try to learn Korean, it never sticks in my head/brain. #CV23

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maddie484 views

Which major is better for the study of Asian Languages???

Hello, I am currently thinking about what I am going to be majoring in. I would like to be able to learn Asian languages (Japanese, Korean, etc.). I have done some research and I see there are so many options to choose from. I could major in Korean, Japanese, Asian Studies, or Linguistics. I am not sure which to choose from. I found two colleges that offer these courses, Ohio State University and Pomona College. (By the way, I mostly want to learn Korean, and I am also interested in studying abroad.)

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Sebastian464 views

What are some steps i can do to work in foreign diplomacy?

I am a junior in high school and would really like to have a job where I could travel more and practice my language skills.

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Atlas596 views

How can I get started in transcription?

I would like to learn how to transcribe and/or do captioning. My native language is English. Edit: I currently type 70-80WPM

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Violet614 views

What kinds of foreign language careers are there?

I am interested in foreign languages, especially Spanish and Hawaiin. I think it would be fun to have a job related to languages. #foreign-languages #language #spanish #hawaiin

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Ashley1248 views

What's the best way to become fluent in a foreign language?

I've been studying several East Asian languages and so far, I've tried taking formal classes and online courses, self-teaching through textbooks, and using spaced repetition. I've also heard that immersion is a good way to learn, so I've been trying to implement more of that into my routine as well. In your opinion, what is the most effective way to become fluent in another language? If you have learned a second language, what method(s) worked best for you? #foreign-languages #language #studying-tips

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Qiaowen497 views

What's plan would fast to learn english?

#english #language

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Delia532 views

What are some jobs that will allow me to travel?

I am interested in helping others and traveling. I was thinking of doing a gap year, but if there is a way that I can do both I would love to! I want to go all over and experience new religions, cultures, and traditions that others have. #psychology #travel #career #shrink #world #cultures #language #exploring #journey #missiontrip

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Zamantha527 views

What is it like being a Bilingual Speech Language Pathologist?

Hi, I am trying to gain more insight on the bilingual aspect in the SLP workplace. I am almost certain that I want to be a bilingual SLP and help service my community, but I am not sure how that would look like. If anyone would like to help me and give me some pros and cons of working primarily as a bilingual SLP and/or how a day or week would look? #JULY20 #speech-pathology #bilingual #language #SLP

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Paridhi645 views

I am looking to develop a basic mentoring and tutoring app that can match volunteers to students. Any advice on this & programs/algorithms to use for this?

#evelopment #software-development #software-industry #developer #software-development #coding #code #app #appdevelopment #app-development #programming #computer-software #algorithms #codinglanguage #language

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Cecelia562 views

What does a career in linguistics look like?

#linguistics #July20 #language #career

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suki872 views

How to read a book effectively if you don’t know the language well?

Hi! I have learned English for about 10years but still can’t manage myself to read a English book faster and effectively. Can someone tell me how you build up your vocabulary enough to read a book effectively. #books #english #language

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Marie609 views

Is learning sign language easy?

#language #teaching

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Marie1229 views

where do u go to learn sign language?

# #language #any #professional

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Nishk559 views

My guidance counselor suggested that I take at-least 3 years of my foreign language. I am trying to go to a good pre-med college, and she told me that many want to see at-least 3 years. What is the best option for me?

I am going into 11th grade and have had trouble deciding my foreign language. I am doubling science courses and am not that good at language. I also want to continue my passion for Computer Science. #college #higher-education #guidancecounsler #pre-med #language

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Dayalis665 views

what type of languages/code do user interface developers use

#programming #tech #coding #language

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