‘Languages are alive and evolving’: Al Arabiya English senior translator

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LilianNekipelov  Identity Verified
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Well the terms official and sworn are valid only in her country. Aug 6, 2016

We don't have anything like that in the United Staes. They have something similar in Poland and Canada, I think.

Yes, attrition is a problem, usually of L1. You could lose proficiency in another language, too—one that you don't know too well, but I think generally knowing a language is like riding a bike—you shake off the dust and go. Constantly working with the language you want to improve or keep up with is very important, though.

[Edited at 2016-08-06 08:08 GMT]

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