Around the web – April 2019

I was delighted this month to take part in a local TV programme that interviews entrepreneurs which you can see here. Anyway here is your monthly round-up of the most popular stories about translation and language for April 2019.

Children in Francophone Africa often learn to read, write and count in French – not their own language

Sorry, on ne comprend pas

Edge of the Knife: The film in a language only twenty people speak

The sign was supposed to guide shoppers to “alcohol-free beer” (Credit: Wales News Service)

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  1. Pingback: Around the web – May 2019 | A Smart Translator's Reunion

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