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{ Daily Archives } Tuesday, August 2004

Phonics fun

Saw this on Live Journal. Our family is from San Diego, so we’re all familiar with the correct Spanish pronunciation, especially when reading a menu. We were eating at a Mexican restaurant when my 12-year-old son proudly sounded out all the listings on the children’s menu, stumbling over just one. “Mom, what’s hey-yo?” Click here […]

Two different views from Vietnamese-Americans on the net

I’m always curious about the Asian-american experience (being one myself). I stumbled across two different websites of Vietnamese-Americans that have viewed a different websites of Vietnamese-Americans that have put their experiences on the web. I found both interesting to read. It’s also great that the web has become an excellent source of information for finding […]

Interested in learning about Indian Languages?

Just stumble across a website that puts out a monthly online journal (yay! for online) devoted to the languages of the Indian sub-continent. It seems many of the papers are written in English from a glance but it might be a good way to get a stronger grasp on the languages of India from a […]

Trials and tribulations of multi-lingual blogging

I have a bit to write on this topic but for now I just want to point out some links to others who are struggling with the same problem. Oliver Wrede on multilingual blogs Topic Exchange coverage on multilingual blogs Climb to the Stars entry on a multilingual blog Same problem but the mechanisms can […]