- TA hits it out of the park again! - translatorsanonymous: My phone and my CAT tool don’t autocomplete in... tmblr.co/ZgKpRn1PF75Lp 23 hours ago
- LifeinLINCS nominated for three international awards: ow.ly/AGKFA 1 day ago
- ""On va faire un peu de X" is how a French conference speaker tells you that X will take the rest of..." tmblr.co/ZgKpRn1P9mi-O 1 day ago
- "Too many people run out of ideas long before they run out of words." - —Anonymous (via... tmblr.co/ZgKpRn1P44bzs 2 days ago
- Photo: wingedtranslations: "Every act of communication is an act of translation." - Gregory Rabassa Happy... tmblr.co/ZgKpRn1O_ewdl 3 days ago
- Loved overhearing my wife get another amazing singing lesson with @shelbyrollins. Shelby, you are an awesome teacher. 4 days ago
Translation Studies meets Preaching
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