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The singular “they” is gaining acceptance – The Our Languages blog – Resources of the Language Portal of Canada – Languages – Canadian identity and society – Culture, history and sport – Canada.ca

https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/blogue-blog/singular-they-eng

Oct 23, 2017 ... with constructions like the one below, right? “Everyone should take his or her books.” Well, actually, no. If you do some digging into the history of English usage, you’ll discover that the rule about male pronouns being used to stand in for male and female was an invention of Victorian grammarians. And that it used to be common to use “they” when referring to a person whose

Two students, one cause – Our Languages blog – Resources of the Language Portal of Canada – Languages – Canadian identity and society – Culture, history and sport – Canada.ca

https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/blogue-blog/deux-etudiants-two-students-eng

Dec 12, 2017 ... skills. A champion of the French language (his mother tongue) and the French culture, he seizes all opportunities to promote the two and communicate with more and more Francophones and Francophiles! Add a comment Join in the conversation and share your comments! Please consult the Government of Canada’s Commenting Policy before adding your comment. The Language

Food for thought: Exploring the origins of culinary terms – Our languages blog – Resources of the Language Portal of Canada – Languages – Canadian identity and society – Culture, history and sport – Canada.ca

https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/blogue-blog/mots-culinaires-culinary-terms-eng

May 24, 2018 ... modem. Insatiably curious, he is passionate about culture, travel and language. He is delighted to contribute to the Language Portal of Canada team. Add a comment Join in the conversation and share your comments! Please consult the Government of Canada’s Commenting Policy before adding your comment. The Language Portal of Canada reviews comments before they’re

Living and working in French in the National Capital Region – The Our Languages blog – Resources of the Language Portal of Canada – Languages – Canadian identity and society – Culture, history and sport – Canada.ca

https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/blogue-blog/francais-dans-la-capitale-eng?page=0

Apr 4, 2018 ...Living and working in French in the National Capital Region From: Translation Bureau On this page Posted:  April 3, 2018 Written by: Catherine Larose As a Francophone public servant, I’ve always found living in the National Capital Region to be both a challenge and a blessing. I feel fortunate to have access to such a wide range of cultural and recreational

10 interesting facts on translation and translators – The Our Languages blog – Resources of the Language Portal of Canada – Languages – Canadian identity and society – Culture, history and sport – Canada.ca

https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/blogue-blog/faits-traduction-translation-facts-eng?page=0

Feb 6, 2018 ... in the web since the days of the 2400-baud modem. Insatiably curious, he is passionate about culture, travel and language. He is delighted to contribute to the Language Portal of Canada team. Add a comment Join in the conversation and share your comments! Please consult the Government of Canada’s Commenting Policy before adding your comment. The Language Portal

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