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Canadian universities have a strong faculty. Typically, the number of doctors at leading universities in more than 90% of the total number of teachers, and the most prestigious universities: Toronto, York, Waterloo, Guelph, McMaster 95%. And the Canadian professors have … Continue reading

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Simultaneous Translation

Found that the rate of information processing in simultaneous interpreting is best suited to the average rate of oral monologic speech in the source language, and amounts to about 120 words per minute. Also established that there is the phenomenon … Continue reading

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Central Arabia

Arabic language, which arose on the basis of drevneseveroarabskogo language belongs to the Semitic branch of Afro-Asiatic language family. A distinctive feature of the Arabic language has long been considered a dialect of its branching. More from VI-VII centuries, identified … Continue reading

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French Britain

For example, the words of a sheep – sheep, cow – cow – the words of German origin, and mutton – lamb and beef – beef – the French. However, based on the British still remained Anglo-Saxon vocabulary language. Since … Continue reading

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Spanish Grant Diploma

Also, you must write your chosen program of study, the name of the Spanish university where you'd like to get an education or to conduct research, training topic, on what specialty you want to learn, study area (if you drive … Continue reading

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