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It takes its quotes from Great Britain, the United States, the Commonwealth and various other English-speaking countries and people.
The English-speaking housemaids from the Philippines will offer services ranging from cleaning, cooking, home-care and baby-sitting, to English tutoring to chauffeuring.
com, a unique concierge service in Japan for English-speaking residents and travelers to find top doctors, dentists, gyms, spas, yoga studios, organic foods and other healthy-lifestyle support.
MARGARET Roberts' letter (June 26) advocating more Welsh in hospitals overlooks the obvious fact that all Welsh speakers understand, speak and use English on a voluntary basis every day, to use the internet, watch TV, to read a newspaper, in business, in tourism, to go abroad or into English speaking areas of the UK, or even to socialise with English-speaking colleagues or friends.
Unlike their counterparts in Scotland and Northern Ireland, too many of our English-speaking broadcasters adopt an unnatural accent that fails to distinguish them from their counterparts in England.
As part of Student Graduation Ceremony held on February 21, postgraduate diplomas were awarded to graduates of the English-speaking and Greek-speaking Part-Time and Full Time MBA courses.
Many of these migrants are multilinguals who among their languages use English as a lingua franca (ELF), thereby decentering the English language from what Kachru (1992) has referred to as the traditional "inner circle" English-speaking countries: Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand.
Internet usage rates in English-speaking countries are close to saturation with 73% of consumers online, compared to just 24% in non-English speaking countries
A chronic shortage of nurses in English-speaking Caribbean nations is limiting the quality of healthcare and may be hindering development, the World Bank said, reports Reuters (March 3, 2010).
Dubai: More than 200 children from English-speaking schools across the Middle East came together over the weekend, to take part in the Performing Arts Festival held at Dubai English Speaking School.
advertising campaigns for etanercept (Enbrel) and mometasone (Nasonex)--to which English-speaking Canadians were exposed through broadcast, print, and online media-did not cause a statistically significant change in prescribing patterns in English-speaking areas, when compared with French-speaking areas of Canada, where exposure was limited (BMJ 2008;337:al055 [doi:10.
NEW rules requiring minimum English-speaking standards for pilots and air traffic controllers will take effect this week.
Of these, 6,715,000 are English-speaking and 6,270,000 French-speaking.
The following is an article by British historian Andrew Roberts, author of "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples Since 1900", published on July 12:
Sixty years is a fairly long time, especially for a dance company, and especially for a dance company in the English-speaking, institutionally challenged world of the performing arts.