Monthly Archives: September 2016

Connecting Ukiam: A bridge to the market – The Hindu (Sep 30, 2016)

Connecting Ukiam: A bridge to the market – The Hindu (Sep 30, 2016) This suspension bridge connecting Assam and Meghalaya is a lifeline for the villagers living on the border of the two states. To read more and watch the … Continue reading

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Literary translation: problems and perils – OxfordWords blog (Sep 30, 2016)

Literary translation: problems and perils | OxfordWords blog Translating a literary work is a serious challenge. The translator somehow has to move a text into the target language while preserving as much as possible of the quality and character, the … Continue reading

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How to pronounce ‘was’ in natural speech | Tim’s Pronunciation Workshop – BBC Learning English (Sep 30, 2016)

Learning English Tim Hi. I’m Tim and this is my Pronunciation Workshop. Here, I’m going to show you how English is really spoken. Come on, let’s go inside. Oh dear, excuse me. I’m a bit tired: I was out late … Continue reading

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English at University | Episode 3 – Roommate – BBC Learning English (Sep 30, 2016)

Learning English Mary’s finally found her way to the university no thanks to new student, Daniel. She’s managed to find her way to the accommodation block and is looking for her new room. Learn useful phrases about compromise: Could we … Continue reading

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Heed the boundary – The Hindu (Sep 30, 2016)

Heed the boundary – The Hindu (Sep 30, 2016) The Lodha Committee’s status report, highlighting how the Board of Control for Cricket in India has failed to adopt the recommended administrative reforms, has left the game’s officials in a quandary. … Continue reading

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