COMPASS BLOG

Articles and lessons created to nurture learning.

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Stop Doing your Job!

And if you think premier client support comes with a premium price, think again… At CORE, we can get more done, in real time with with less overhead and this gets passed along to our clients! It always has and always will. We hope you aren’t OK paying 20%, 50% or more for your training.

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Interpreters and How They Work

The world’s most powerful computers can’t perform accurate real-time translation. Yet interpreters do it with ease. Geoff Watts meets the neuroscientists who are starting to explain this remarkable ability.

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The 4 best coffee shops in Charleston

We love coffee! And coffee loves us. Coffee keeps us going. For many, it is the first thing they reach for in the morning, and then a few more times throughout the day. But coffee is more than just a caffeine boost. Coffee is culture.

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Country Spotlight - The History of Turkey

The history of Turkey and its region, dating back to the Old Stone Age, is so vast that one small article would never do it justice. Previously known as Anatolia, the country has witnessed the rise and fall of several empires, including the Byzantine Empire

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Country Spotlight - India

The exact number of total languages in India varies from source to source, but some estimate a total of over 1700 languages, making India the county with the fourth highest number of languages spoken in the world. It is also the birthplace of four of the world’s major religions

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How do I say.... in Turkish?

Conjugation and word order in Turkish are fundamentally different. While personal pronouns do exist (Ben - I), they are usually omitted when used in a sentence, and the verb ending shows the subject

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How do I say... in Hindi?

Hindi is considered India’s official language, with over 500 million native speakers. Statistically, it is one of an estimated 1700 languages spoken in India. It is an Indo-Aryan language, a direct descendant of Vedic Sanskrit.

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