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Is becoming a foreign language teacher easier than becoming an English teacher?

I am interested in becoming a either a foreign language teacher or possibly teaching English and am wondering if there is a bigger process you must go through to teach a subject like Mathematics or Science than to be a foreign language teacher....

#foreign-languages

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Active Feb 19 at 19:48

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Posted by Rebekah R.
Manuel Garcia Rebekah, To be a teacher of any sort you will follow ...

What are some websites or apps to learn another language?

Want to learn another language....

#foreign-languages

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Active Jan 29 at 10:01

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Posted by Devetra C.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... I recommend Duolingo- I've had a great experience with it. Your ...

In the nonprofit sector, does a candidate need to have a degree in a foreign language or is it enough to be fluent in the language?

I am nearing fluency in Spanish and want to know if I should major/minor in the language. #nonprofit...

#foreign-languages

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Active Jan 24 at 15:08

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Posted by Rebecca M.
Carole Curtis | Director of Career Services at CareerPlex USA / ... I will give you my thoughts on your question from a ...

Is it possible to make a career out of foreign language study?

I'm asking outside of the typical Interpreter or Translator careers. I love foreign language but I'm not sure if these are there right paths for me. Thanks!...

#foreign-languages

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Active Jan 18 at 12:53

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Posted by Daija C.

What are other job options I can consider from knowing another language?

I have been learning Korean for a few years, and I am planning to continue my studies in college to get to the level of fluency. Are there any jobs other than teaching English in Korea that I can consider?...

#foreign-languages

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Active Jan 16 at 16:59

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Posted by Tamyko G.

What is a good career choice for a person with a natural ability for learning foreign languages?

In addition to excelling in English throughout high school, I also have a passion for Spanish and American Sign Language. I would love to get input from others regarding a career choice that would allow me to use this strength....

#foreign-languages

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Active Jan 16 at 09:07

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Posted by Lianna G.

Are jobs overseas better than the US?

I want to live and work outside the US #foreign-languages...

#newexperiences

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Active Jan 16 at 08:48

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Posted by Tierra J.

What are some tips on learning a language?

I am getting a french minor, but only taking an hour long class three times a week doesn't help me much with learning the language. Is there any tips y'all have? So far I've tried some apps, watching films in french to see how much I know, and adding some french words in my everyday life....

#foreign-languages #french

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Active Dec 04 '17 at 09:59

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Posted by Emily S.
Maroua Amahrir | A étudié à : Faculté des sciences Dhar ... In my opinion, to learn a language you have to first ...

Is a second language a requirement for Accounting?

I have spanish as a second language....

#foreign-languages

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:52

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Posted by Nikki G.
Jaron Hightower-Mills | International Education and Assessment Specialist There is generally not a second language requirement for an accounting ...

What is a useful language to learn if I want to have a career in law enforcement?

Specifically, I'm considering a career in the FBI or CIA; however, answers about useful languages for working in local law enforcement would also be appreciated. Thanks! #law-enforcement...

#foreign-languages

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:42

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Posted by Bethany O.
George Poole | Docent at McNay Museum of Modern Art There are many useful languages for law enforcement. If you are ...

How can I combine a love for learning languages, art, and possibly medecine into a career?

Hi! My name is Zoe and I am a senior in high school, so I am starting to consider job options and colleges. I am passionate about French and Japanese, and I would ideally love to learn more languages like arabic; however, I do not know what kind of career I could pursue with languages. If it...

#foreign-languages

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:42

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Posted by Zoe C.
Andrea O'Keefe | Legal Counsel at Fidelity Investments Hello and good luck in your career. I'd like to start ...

How can I understand hindi more?

I am unable to understand and unable to write hindi. #foreign-languages...

#hindi

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:23

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Posted by k D.
Liza Zalogina | Russian language Tutor at Private I am an international student in Los Angeles I have a ...

Why do I have to take Spanish to fulfill core requirements?

I hate Spanish but my college requires a foreign language. Why do I have to take it?...

#foreign-languages

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:21

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Posted by John S.
Jared Chung | Founder at CareerVillage.org I'm going to rephrase your question into two sub-questions and then ...

How can I learn Korea by myself?

I am fan of K-pop. I usually watch Korean drama after fansub group translate it but it needs to wait for a long time. So, I want to learn Korean but I don't have enough money to attend Korean classes. Are there some approaches help me learn Korean by myself? #language #korean...

#foreign-languages

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Posted by Jiayun L.

Is it hard to find a job as a German Interpreter?

I would love to major in German in college, but I am not sure if that is a good language to study. Most European countries now study English as a second language , so I don't know how in demand German skills will be!! #german #foreign-languages...

#travel

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Active Mar 26 at 22:17

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Posted by Anna D.

I am studying abroad this summer in Valencia, Spain and was wondering what are some of the best ways to integrate myself into the culture?

I want to get the most out of studying abroad because it is a once in a lifetime opportunity. However, I am nervous that I am going to be too shy to talk to the people there. #spain #study-abroad...

#foreign-languages

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Active Mar 19 at 18:22

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Posted by Diana S.

Should I major in French if I only took 1 year of French in HS?

I took Spanish for 4 years in high school, and in my senior year I decided to take French I. I've fallen in love with it, and I want to major in French, but is that a good idea? Will it cost me more money in the long run? Will I be too far behind? #majors #french...

#foreign-languages

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Active Feb 12 at 21:32

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Posted by Emma I.
Garth Lewis | Consultant, Attorney, and Translator It's great that you've fallen in love in French. The same ...

What is a normal day like in the life of a foreign language teacher?

I am interested in becoming a Japanese teacher/English teacher in Japan and would like to know more about the type of job. #teaching #japan...

#foreign-languages

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Active Nov 19 '17 at 19:39

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Posted by Rebekah R.
Shulin Low | Ph.D., mucosal immunology Hi, I believe that if you are not a native Japanese ...

Is the knowledge of foreign languages beneficial in obtaining a higher-paying job, most especially in accounting, and which languages would be most beneficial to know?

I am currently a rising high school senior, and I am still trying to review the best options of study for a successful career. I believe that I may want to study to be an accountant, but I also love foreign languages and working with those people with different cultural and language...

#accounting #foreign-languages #linguistics

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Active Aug 21 '17 at 13:18

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Posted by Manon B.
Kevin Jenkins | Sr. Financial Advisor Knowing a different language is definitely beneficial to any career. I'm ...

If you were to learn new languages, what would they be?

People study abroad, and work out of state frequently. The ability to speak multiple languages will help them to become more successful in their field interacting with foreign clients and employees. #japan #foreign-languages...

#success

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Posted by Yong Kook K.
Carol Walker | System Admin | Tech Support | Keeping technology ... Depends on where your target workplace will be located. For the ...

Does having another language under your belt help you become more competitive in job hunting?

I am currently studying another language and wanted to know if it really makes a difference when searching for a future career. #foreign-languages...

#language-skills

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:48

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Posted by Keiera J.
Kaylee Gridley | Organizational Director of Human Resources at Limitless Strategies, ... Yes! Shows adaptability, student mentality/willingness to learn and companies have clients ...

Other than interpreter positions, what other positions are available in the Federal Government for someone majoring in Applied Linguistics?

I am asking because, I am extremely interested in languages, especially American Sign Language, and am interested in working with the Federal Government. #federal-government #foreign-languages...

#linguistics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:28

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Posted by Cheyenne B.
Mikio Bohler | CEO at Mikios Natural Body Scrub LLC See link from usajob.gov. Foreign language teacher, interpreter, etc. https://www.usajobs.gov/Search/?Keyword=foreign+language&Location=&homeRadPublic=public&search=Search&AutoCompleteSelected=False&CanSeekStatusJobs=False

How do I sell my General Bachelor of Arts to future employers?

I am studying both German and Spanish right now in university. I know that language abilities are helpful to a variety of jobs, but if an employer isn't hiring a job that specifically asks for language skills, how to I make myself still seem applicable? #language #foreign-languages #german...

#hiring #spanish

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Active 14 hours ago

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Posted by Loren V.

What can you do with a Spanish major?

I'm in high school, heading off to college soon, and wondering what jobs I would be able to get with a major in #spanish. I'd love to hear what you for a living after majoring or minoring in Spanish in college! #foreign-languages #language #languages...

#college-major

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Active Apr 16 at 09:36

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Posted by Lindsey D.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... Your job selection isn't necessarily limited by your major, especially if ...

Will taking a Spanish course in college really help me with my future career in psychology?

The school I want to go to requires that I take a Spanish course. #spanish #foreign-languages #psychology...

#college

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Active Apr 14 at 17:42

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Posted by Brittany S.
Linda Ann Robinson, Ph.D. | Industrial-Organizational Psychology & HR Consulting Learning a second language and becoming fluent in it will serve ...

What does one do with a Japanese major?

I really want to study Japanese -- it's been a passion of mine for a long time. The only problem is, I only know two jobs that I can do with that major, that being translation and a teacher. Neither of which sound like my cup of tea, so what other options do I have? #japanese #foreign-languages...

#future-careers #job

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Active Mar 27 at 13:28

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Posted by Emily F.
David Goldstein | Automotive Professional, Japanese Language, Business & Culture Professional Emily, it is great that you want to study Japanese. Japan ...

What should I do to work in an embassy abroad?

I want to travel the world and help people for the rest of my life, thus I think that working in an American embassy in foreign countries would be perfect for me. I currently plan on majoring in International Relations and minoring in Spanish (I am already conversationally fluent). Is this a...

#foreign-service #travel #embassy #ambassador #foreign-languages

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Active Mar 19 at 22:52

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Posted by Piper W.
Susan Waldau | Vice President Global Account Management at Great ambition and good plan! While you attend college, try to ...

Is it better to minor in French?

I am already fluent in Spanish, but have only taken French in high school. #french #college-minor #spanish...

#foreign-languages

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Active Mar 19 at 09:59

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Posted by Jasminne V.
Alice Bekombo | Marketing Communications Manager Hi Jasminne,In the business world, the more languages you know, the ...

What is the best foreign language to learn in college?

I know a lot of companies are looking for dual language graduates; which would be the most worthwhile to learn? #college #jobs...

#foreign-languages

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Active Feb 18 at 00:47

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Posted by Trey D.
David Briggs | Research Associate at CLASSRoad Hi,There isn't really a right answer for that one. You should ...

Does anyone know a better way to study a foreign language by yourself?

i am trying to learn enough Japanese to be able to take the AP exam for it and I'm not sure if there's a good way for me to learn it. I've watched several videos about kanji and know the basics for grammar, but is there a more efficient way? #foreign-languages #japanese #online-learning...

#self-improvement

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Active Feb 15 at 11:32

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Posted by Alicia F.
Jennifer Jortner Cassidy | Passionate Learning & Development Professional, Dedicated to Client ... Hi Alicia,I can't speak specifically to Japanese, but I am also ...

What do you need to take for gsce to be a language translator

That is what i want to be when i grow up #language #translation...

#foreign-languages

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Active Feb 09 at 11:48

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Posted by Hannah D.
Laurent Kahl | MuIti-lingual International/Domestic Business Development Sales Manager -EXPORT/IMPORT Consultant- ... Hello Hannah: You can research translation-interpretation companies near where you live ...

Is learning additional languages an asset for my future career?

I am learning French at York University. #career-development #language #foreign-languages...

#learning

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Active Jan 15 at 05:32

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Posted by Deborah C.
Monique Wirz | Me Hi Deborah, Languages are always an asset whether it's professionally or ...

How much would college in a foreign country affect my academics?

I had a friend who was a foreign-exchange student in my high school and I would love to go to college in her country. Their culture and customs are very intriguing to me and I would love to have firsthand experience but wouldn't want to if I would have too many issues learning. I would be...

#environmental-science #foreign-exchange #foreign-languages

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Active Jan 10 at 12:13

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Posted by Katherine S.
Jennifer Haden | Higher Education Consultant Hi, Katherine! When developing a potential list of universities that you ...

What langauge courses would be most beneficial to study in university?

Most universities (that I have seen) require a language as a part of your study program. Are there any languages that are preferred by employers or should be considered more (i.e. ASL, Chinese, Spanish..) or can it just be our preference? Thank you! #foreign-languages #university #language...

#college

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Active Dec 07 '17 at 13:40

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Posted by Ashley H.
Katherynn Ortega Garcia | Account Sales Executive Hi Ashley You can select the languages you like to learn, ...

what career could be right for me?

Hi, I am almost bilingual French (made in France) /English. I am pursuing a degree in early childhood education, and hope to be working in immersion programs. I would like to know which requirements I need for this career. #education #foreign-languages...

#early-childhood-education

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Active Dec 01 '17 at 12:44

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Posted by emmanuelle O.
Eliza Hall | Counsel at Potomac Law Group, PLLC It depends what your goals are and where you want to ...

How would one go about finding their first job as a translator?

I plan on becoming a Japanese translator and while it seems easy to get started, in my mind it's too vague and I'd like an exact plan. #foreign-languages #language #japan...

#japanese

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Active Oct 30 '17 at 18:31

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Posted by Aiyanna-Jizelle O.
David Goldstein | Automotive Professional, Japanese Language, Business & Culture Professional Hello, Aiyanna: First, we need to find out a bit about ...

If i'm planning on majoring in Russian Language, should I accompany it with a minor since it would better suite a job. For example, a major in Russian Language and a minor in Economics.

I'm asking because my passion for the Russian language, culture and country is beyond the surface. Ive internalized the Russian spirit. Where I find it difficult is what job could solely a Russian major achieve. To accompany it with a Economics would seem more logical. I have also thought of a...

#russian #foreign-languages #orthodoxy

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Active Oct 04 '17 at 17:33

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Posted by Mason M.
Nicole S. | Multilingual Technical Analyst that develops projects to streamline ... I'm a linguaphile at heart as well. I double-majored in Spanish/French ...

what is the class for interpreter ? what is a good university for interpreter ?

Because i thought i should to be a interpreter, and i interesting with that career. And i thought that job could help a lot of people doesn't speak english. #school #career-details #language...

#foreign-languages

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:51

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Posted by vy V.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hello, Here are some good guidelines: Step 1: Get Certified The ...

How competitive is a job in International business in a foreign country?

Studying International Business in college #international #foreign-languages...

#international-business

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:57

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Posted by Devetra C.
Anthony A. Quan | Global Finance Strategic Initiatives I am glad you are interested in International business and working ...

What are some tips for language learning?

I love to learn languages and often do so by teaching myself. I can speak English and German proficiently, followed by Spanish decently well, and basic sentences in Turkish, Italian, and Russian. What are some tips on learning foreign languages and becoming more fluent? #language #german...

#languages #language-skills #foreign-languages #spanish

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Active Mar 05 at 19:08

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Posted by Rachel D.
Rachel Emery | Spanish Teacher Great question. How did you learn the other languages you know? ...

Is it possible to learn scientific terms in another language while studying science in English?

I am already bilingual (speak English and Spanish), but my Spanish-speaking abilities still lie a lot more on the informal/conversational side rather than formal/technical. I know that just knowing another language will benefit me no matter what, but I feel that it won't help me as much in my...

#foreign-languages #women-in-stem #language #science #study #stem #studying #studying-tips

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Active Mar 05 at 02:49

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Posted by Lily H.
Shelley Notarnicola | Inside Sales Engineer Google translate has gotten really good. You can probably start typing ...

Are foreign language degree considered "useless?"

I love foreign languages. I'm already bilingual. (I speak Spanish fluently.) It's my dream to become a polyglot. In college, I'm certain I want to either minor or major in a foreign language. I'm particularly interested in learning Japanese, but I'm also considering Arabic or Russian. The...

#foreign-languages #bachelorsdegree #careers-for-people-with-liberal-arts-degrees #japanese #spanish #russian #arabic

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Active Feb 23 at 04:08

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Posted by Yasmin A.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... An additional (or multiple) additional languages are always valuable. You don't ...

Should I go on and take AP Spanish in high school?

I am a student going into my junior year of high school. This upcoming fall, I will start taking a Spanish IV Honors course for the whole year. Compared to Spanish I (which I took in middle school) and Spanish II (which I took my freshman year), Spanish III has been relatively harder. There is...

#high-school-classes #foreign-languages #language #student #spanish #ap-spanish

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Active Feb 18 at 19:43

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Posted by Karen P.
Monty Clegg | Assoc. Manager of Events at ESPN Events Hi Karen - I certainly understand your concern about learning "needless" ...

Should I take a certification for my second language in order to stay competitive?

I am bilingual but not incredibly strong at the writing or reading side of the language. I wanted to know if this would be putting me at a disadvantage and if I should take initiative to take a certification to prove my skills. #foreign-languages #careers #internships #evaluating-resumes...

#skills #resume

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Active Feb 13 at 14:19

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Posted by Tanya M.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... The more fluent you are in a language (reading/writing/speaking), the better ...

Can I still become a Spanish teacher if I have a non-education Spanish degree in addition to a Music Education degree?

I want to know if I can lessen my course load. If I can use the education part of my Bachelors of Music and apply it to my Spanish degree, then that would do that. #foreign-languages #education #music-education #spanishmajor #spanish-education...

#dualmajor

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Active Jan 24 at 09:52

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Posted by Bradley K.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... Check with your academic adviser, they can tell you what credit ...

What do you recommend for self-study over the summer for a Japanese major?

I have been immersing myself further in Japanese media and I bought the first Genki textbook. I have taken a year online and have been studying on my own as well. I know a great deal of vocabulary, but I am weak in grammar and kanji. Do you have any recommendations for media, online sources, or...

#translation #foreign-languages #studying-tips #language #japanese

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Active Dec 01 '17 at 09:41

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Posted by Jesse U.
Rainer Mager | Technical Program Manager at Google I lived in Japan for more than 20 years and studying ...

What's the most challenging part about choosing a foreign language as a major?

I am considering majoring in French because I love the culture and I wish to learn more about it while studying abroad. I would just like to know what to expect for when I begin studying for it. #france #bilingual #academic-advising #language #foreign-languages...

#language-skills

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Active Nov 17 '17 at 16:34

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Posted by Ari G.
Nicole S. | Multilingual Technical Analyst that develops projects to streamline ... The most challenging part about majoring in a foreign language is ...

Should my resume be bilingual or monolingual?

I am applying for internships in linguistics, translation and languages-related fields. I live in Montreal, which is a very bilingual city. I am wondering if it is perceived as too much to send my cv in double in order to send it in both French and English. If I should send a single version,...

#linguistics #foreign-languages #language #job-application #french #english #translation

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:50

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Posted by Kelly A.
Natalie Fein, MSeD, NCC, DCC | Nationally Certified Counselor Hi Kelly, The purpose of the Official Languages Act last revised ...

Language: Self Study or take classes?

I will be entering college soon and I really want to learn French. For a few months I have been self studying with online resources because my my high school does not offer the language. I believe that my college only offers courses in beginners French and I do not know if I should take these...

#self-study #foreign-languages #college #language #french

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:56

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Posted by Galina B.
Jaron Hightower-Mills | International Education and Assessment Specialist I would encourage to take classes, either at your university or ...

What languages should I learn next?

I'm aware that knowing more than one language can get you unique opportunities, my mother language is Portuguese and I also speak English. I was wondering what language should I learn now. I thought about French since I'm living in Canada, but German is another language that people say it's...

#foreign-languages #film-production #language #german #post-production #international #editing

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:56

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Posted by Ursula G.
Sylvia Patalano Stenson | Trial Attorney You are extremely marketable speaking many languages. If you have a ...

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