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Politics and the English language: Peter Hennessy at TEDxHousesofParliament

Politics and the English language: Peter Hennessy at TEDxHousesofParliament

Translator: Denise RQ Reviewer: Miloš Milosavljević Ladies and gentlemen, scientists and anthropologists tell us, that what saved we, humans, from extinction in the savannah country on the northern rim of what is now Kenya, a million or so years ago, Read more…


Deaf in the military [Subtitled] | Keith Nolan | TEDxIslay

Translator: TED Translators admin Reviewer: Claire Ghyselen (Interpreter voice-over) Hello, everyone. My name is Keith Nolan. I’m a cadet private. My talk today is on the topic of the military. How many of you out there thought you’d ever like Read more…


Pink and Blue: Communicating Gender to Children | Anthony Schullo | TEDxNorthCentralCollege

Translator: Marina Ivanovic Reviewer: Nada Alshammari I want to introduce you to my two little cousins: Alex and Alayna. Here’s Alex, all wide-eyed, probably because the Bears actually won a game. (Laughter) And, then, here is Alayna, in her little Read more…


Is the glass half full or half empty? The final proof! Leo Bormans at TEDxGhent

Translator: Els De Keyser Reviewer: Rik Delaet We are in crisis, left behind, always harder, seldom kind. Then we feel what might be missed is the power of an optimist. The question we always ask, worldwide, when we are talking Read more…


TED’s secret to great public speaking | Chris Anderson

TED’s secret to great public speaking | Chris Anderson

Some people think that there’s a TED Talk formula: “Give a talk on a round, red rug.” “Share a childhood story.” “Divulge a personal secret.” “End with an inspiring call to action.” No. That’s not how to think of a Read more…


Three reasons to preserve (and develop) a heritage language: Charles Chang at TEDxRiceU 2014

Three reasons to preserve (and develop) a heritage language: Charles Chang at TEDxRiceU 2014

Translator: Thomas Farmer Reviewer: Mirjana Čutura So, just to begin, like many Americans, I’m a second generation immigrant. My parents came to the US from Korea in the ’70s, and my older sister was born shortly thereafter. So being native Read more…


Communication Exercises – Positive Gossip #15

Communication Exercises – Positive Gossip #15

In this exercise the team will form pairs of three. The exercise is suitable to use at the end of a workshop training or any other activity the group has done together. In this exercise the team will positively gossip Read more…


TEDxBayArea 12/08/11-Elsa Kim-Learning Language Through Motion

TEDxBayArea 12/08/11-Elsa Kim-Learning Language Through Motion

Translator: Cesar Guadarrama Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Hi, everyone. That’s loud! Imagine that you’re ten years old, you’re a little bit shorter than you’re now, you’re a little bit less stylish, but you’re ten years old, and you’re in Read more…


TEDxDartmouth – Brian Kennedy – Visual Literacy: Why We Need It

TEDxDartmouth – Brian Kennedy – Visual Literacy: Why We Need It

Translator: Ryan Kelly Horner Reviewer: Tatjana Jevdjic I’ve been involved in visuals all my life, so have you. But it was brought to my attention pretty early: My father practiced as an architect. So, quite early on, I learned the Read more…


The secret language of flowers | Heather Whitney | TEDxSalford

The secret language of flowers | Heather Whitney | TEDxSalford

Translator: Chelsea Esterline Reviewer: Ivana Krivokuća Thank you very much. So far today, we’ve had talks that have come from the depths of the Amazon to space stations, to talking about neutrinos that have come from supernova. I’m actually going Read more…