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lingo

n. language; special vocabulary. When you catch on to the lingo, everything becomes clear.
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Mikael Dia, co-founder and CEO at Lingos said, “As language learners ourselves, we understand that taking up a language can be a big decision and that there are so many routes to bilingualism out there.
8220;There are 7,000 languages spoken in the world today - while we don't offer tuition for each and every one, we have exceptional quality teachers on the Lingos network covering over 30 languages, and growing.
According to Berg, the 2008 Volunteer of the Year worked with LINGOs and the Headington Institute to put the Institute's trauma-coping courses online.
Over the next five years, our member NGOs need to identify and develop thousands of new leaders worldwide," said Eric Berg, executive director of LINGOs.
Having been in the software business for over 25 years, it is extremely rewarding that our products and solutions can provide organizations like LINGOs the resources needed to better serve the world around us," said Massood Zarrabian, president and CEO of OutStart.
Lingo helps organizations enhance their customer service by improving the way they communicate.
These translation mistakes are just a few of the "oops" detailed in Lingo Systems' (www.