The Language Show in London 14-15 November
Thread poster: Joanne Parker

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Oct 23, 2003


Apologies as ever if you knew about this already (I tend to post things most people knew about months ago!).

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The website (and the Evening Standard article where I came across it) says that "traditionally it attracted teachers, translators and other language professionals".

Visiting is free but you pay for the conference. The website has more details.


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