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Translation and interpreting: languages in action What’s the difference between interpreting and translating?
Are you interested in a career as an interpreter or translator? Do you need to contact a professional translator or interpreter?
Available in 23 official languages of the EU. 2009 — 16 pp. — 17.6 × 25 cm ISBN 978-92-12048-0 Cat. No: HC-78-09-719-EN-C FREE
How you can learn languages We live in an age of global communication, and the currency of communication is language. Experts estimate that there are as many as 10 000 languages spoken in the world today. Of these, the top 12 account for about three fifths of humanity, while the top 30 are spoken by more than three quarters of the world.
Available in 23 official languages of the EU
2010 — 31 pp. — 14.8 × 21 cm ISBN 978-92-79-12237-8 Cat. No: NC-78-09-568-EN-C FREE
Arts and cultural education at school in Europe This study provides information on the arts and culture within compulsory general education.
It contains comparative information across European countries, together with short illustrative examples of approaches to curriculum organisation and content, student assessment and teacher education in the arts in particular countries. Further details about arts education in each country are available on the Eurydice website (www.eurydice.org).
Available in 22 official languages of the EU
2009 — 104 pp. — 20 × 26.9 cm ISBN 978-92-9201-061-4 Cat. No: EC-30-09-182-EN-C FREE