Everyone’s favorite thing about animals is when they behave like people and do typical human stuff. A dog is fun; a dog wearing a hat is way funnier. A cat is cool, but a grumpy cat is cooler. Maybe this is a reason for why we find animal communication to be so fascinating—language seems to be the top typical trademark of the human species that we can’t make animals copy. But why should we? Check out this list of awesome animal talking and give me one good reason why we people shouldn’t copy them instead!
In the past people used technology as a tool for making survival an easier endeavor. Nowadays we are witnessing a shift in the role technology is playing in our society and may continue to play for generations to come. In the modern-day world technology is no longer a tool for survival but it turned to a means of communication and entertainment. Mass communication technology has made it easier than ever to connect with people. In the same time this raises the concern of whatever technology has a good or bad influence on our society, is the use of technology destroying face-to-face interaction and communication between people?
Мы трудимся в поте лица , изучая языки и так усердно стараемся исписать как можно больше тетрадок правилами грамматики и исключениями в длинных таблицах, что забываем про цель нашей деятельности. Мы учим языки, чтобы эффективно общаться, понимать других и чтобы они нас понимали, чтобы выжить в другой культурной среде.
We sweat our guts out learning languages and try so hard to cover our notebooks in writings of grammar rules and exceptions in long tables that sometimes we forget the goal of it. We learn language to communicate efficiently, to understand and be understood in real life and to survive in a different cultural field.
Brands expand and explore new territory and become global brands. However, there are brands which do and have to localize to every country’s local condition. It would take translations into 83 languages to reach 80 per cent of all people around the globe, and more than 7,000 languages to reach everyone…