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Reading 1: extract from Evans, S. (2012) ‘Frugality rules at German dinner parties’, BBC News Magazine [Online].
Activity 11: definition of ‘lingua franca’ adapted from Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford University Press, 2013.
Activity 25: Version 1 from Wikipedia.
Reading 7: extract from Bass, S. (2013) ‘Transcreation for marketing: why you need it more than translation!’, ALT TranslationWireBlog, 14 August [Blog]. Available at http://blog.advancedlanguage.com/blog/bid/331074/Transcreation-for-Marketing-Why-you-need-it-more-than-translation.
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