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Friday, September 28, 2012

More information on being a linguist

A reader has asked me to share a link to their page which has a lot of information about being a linguist as well.

If you have a page you would like me to share, or if you would consider sharing my page, please leave a comment below.


  1. Thanks SFC J - I appreciate the share.

  2. Just an update, has changed to - could you update the main post with that information SFC J?

  3. Yeah I have you hard linked in my favorite links on my site.