1. Llyane Stanfield @ J'Ouellette® TV - Verb PARLER (to speak) Learn Parisian French on Skype

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    • THE BIBLE: Can We Trust It?, Part 4: Translation

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      Question: Why are there so many translations of the Bible and how am I to choose? Sermon Text: Topical Big Idea: The Bible is Worthy of Our Trust

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      • Llyane Stanfield @ J'Ouellette® TV - Verb CHANTER (to sing) Learn Parisian French on Skype

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        • THE LANGUAGE PROFESSIONALS - TESTIMONIALS OF CLIENTS - ARABIAN MASTI TOURS

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          http://www.translator-dubai.ae/ This testimonial is by Manish Agrawal CEO of Arabian Masti Tours. The Language Professionals provide professional translation and interpretation thanks to a network of certified and experienced translators and interpreters in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. www.matteo-ippoliti.com

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          • Video presentation of Cifuentes Cortegaza, Specialised Translation

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            Please visit www.cifuentescortegaza.com to find more information about my professional profile, language services, and areas of expertise.

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            • Llyane Stanfield @ J'Ouellette® TV - Verb TENIR (to hold) Learn Parisian French on Skype

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              • Llyane Stanfield @ J'Ouellette® TV - Verb JOUER (to play) Learn Parisian French on Skype

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                • Harry Potter and the Order of the Bummer (part 10) [2/2]

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                  This is a subbed version of the German HP parody ''Harry Potter und der Orden des Penners Teil 10'' by darthdustinKanal2. Video footage: - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (BD) - Die Hard 1 (DVD) - Silent Hill (BD) - Harry Potter Bloopers - Only in Battlefield - Beachbomb - Dexter Please note: This sub neither was made by professional translators nor by English native speakers so don't be surprised if you find any mistakes ( which doesn't mean we wouldn't be grateful if you could correct them in the comments ;) ). Video footage, voices, sounds and ideas are copyright of Warner Brothers and darthdustinKanal2. Link to the original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrDY1... Link to darthdustinkanal2: https://www.youtube.com/user/darthdus... Link to ''Preview - Harry Potter and the Bummer of Alcatraz'' : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E20mI... Link to Harry Potter and the Order of the Bummer (part 10) [1/2]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NTr82AxWVM You've read the entire video description o.0 ?

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                  • Translation and the many languages of resistance

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                    Activists from various regions and countries connect with and influence one another through practices involving various types of translation, including video subtitling, written translation, and oral interpretation. The Egyptian Revolution and the activists and collectives who have worked to move it forward have been highly visible to other protest movements in large part through such practices. This conference aims to explore themes related to translation and its role in creating a global image for protest movements, and in connecting different movements to one another. Held in Cairo, the conference will engage extensively with the Egyptian Revolution and the values and practices that Egyptian activist groups have shared with other groups around the world. It will also accommodate contributions relating to other protest movements insofar as they shed light on some of the ways in which global networks of solidarity are enabled and mediated by different types of translational practice. The event is ultimately intended to highlight the political import of translation and to provide a space for local, regional and international activists to reflect on the processes of mediation that allow them to connect with other movements and publics. Translation is understood here in both its narrow and broad senses. In its narrow sense, translation involves rendering fully articulated stretches of textual material from one national language into another, and encompasses various modalities such as written translation, subtitling and oral interpreting. This type of translation is part of the fabric of practically all oppositional groups in Egypt – from the written translation of statements and campaigns by groups such as No to Military Trials to the subtitling of videos by collectives such as Mosireen and Words of Women from the Egyptian Revolution. As Rizk (2013)* explains, it is translation that allows activists involved in a group such as Mosireen to connect with protest movements elsewhere and to see themselves “within a broader struggle and not an atomized battle against local dictatorship”. In its broad sense, translation involves the mediation of diffuse symbols, narratives and linguistic signs of varying lengths across modalities (e.g. words into image), levels of language (e.g. fusha and ‘amiyya) and cultural spaces, the latter without necessarily crossing a language boundary. As such it also encompasses the use of languages other than Arabic in writings and discussions about the Egyptian Revolution, the use of (forms of) Arabic in addressing regional audiences, as well as the journey of visual and musical artefacts across social and national boundaries.

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                    • Llyane Stanfield @ J'Ouellette® TV - Verb VIVRE (to live) Learn Parisian French on Skype

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