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As an … Read the full story. Egyptian philosophers and stargazers told stories in hieroglyphs. Aristotle and Plato wrote books in Greek, which were then translated into Arabic by their followers. As the centuries passed, language evolved: Apostrophe use differs depending on the language. In Dutch, for example, apostrophes are used for plurals: But in English, the apostrophes in these words would indicate possession: If a vegetarian eats vegetables, what does a humanitarian eat?
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Some of the questions Publishing Campus can help you … Read the full story. Today, the international language of science is English. But with as many as 7, languages spoken around the world, millions of researchers do their work and communicate about it in languages other than English. If English is not your first language, it could be that you talk to your colleagues about your research in your … Read the full story.
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