Anyone interested in learning more about China should begin with learning the language, as studying changes in the pronunciation, shape, and meaning of each Chinese character is a great lesson on ancient civilizations and cultures. To get started in your studies, here are five amazing facts about the language and its history.
Hey everyone! Stop by and learn a new word with today’s wacky word entry. Learn about what would qualify you to obtain an “aegrotat degree” and which countries are most likely to offer it. Stop on by and read all about it at T for Translation!
Hi everybody. Summer at the TermWiki headquarters has been a busy one! Check out today’s blog post to get the latest updates about the world’s fastest growing social learning network. Today’s post offers a run-through of the newest features and the inside scoop on how to get your hands on a free iPad2…check it out at T for Translation!
Hey everyone! Stop by and check out our interview with TermWiki’s one millionth term contributor, Raúl Barrera! Last Monday evening, he translated the term “net current assets” into Spanish and contributed the one millionth term… who knew net current assets were so exciting?! Find out what Raúl has to say about TermWiki, contributing the one millionth term, and more!
Check out today’s interview with computer programmer and app developer, Jo Overline. You may have already heard of (and downloaded) the popular iPhone app Ugly Meter, but do you know about the creators behind this success? In today’s interview, Jo talks about his latest project, Wordicus, a multilingual word game that connects individuals across countries and languages. Check it out today!
Happy Friday, everyone! Before you set off for the weekend, stop by the blog to help us countdown to TermWiki’s one millionth term! It has been an incredible experience thus far, and we’d like to take this opportunity to share with you some fun facts about TermWiki’s progress. We couldn’t have done it without you all! Stop on by today!