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Beyond Words Podcast: Episode 3

Episode 3: The Language News Report

Welcome to ALTA’s Beyond Words Podcast. Our podcasts provide listeners with the latest language news, language-related interviews, and language lessons that can be applied to real-world situations. They’re always brief, always informative, and always entertaining.

During the Language News Report, you’ll hear summaries of last week’s top language-related stories. You can listen to the podcast on our website or download it for later playback on any standard MP3 compatible device. We hope you enjoy listening!

Listen to Episode 3: The Language News Report

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Articles in this week’s Language News Report
New Census Bureau Report Analyzes Nation’s Linguistic Diversity
Listening to (and Saving) the World’s Languages
Ancient Language Discovered at Teotihuacan in Mexico
Farsi Fluency Sought, but Classes Must Fill in for Immersion Method
Little-Known Disorder Can Take a Toll on Learning
EU President Herman Van Rompuy Delivers Haiku
A New Great Wall: Why the Crisis in Translation Matters
Tim James: Common Sense for Alabama
Winn-Dixie Adds Translation Service

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Thank you to the following people for use of their field recordings and samples:
Genghis Attenborough and Djgriffin