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Language is not in decline and enthusing people about spelling

In our keynote speech at the ITI conference on 20 May, Susie Dent said that it was a challenge to enthuse people about language and particularly spelling.


English now belongs to the world

Starting his keynote speech, Economist journalist Lane Greene discussed the difficulties facing smaller, minority languages and how many were now in decline. Very appropriately for the Conference trend, he highlighted how Welsh was very much on an upward trajectory through the many specific initiatives that had been taken to promote the language.



Changing attitudes to language learning – Nia Griffith opening address

In our opening address at the ITI Conference (19 May), Nia Griffith highlighted the challenges in changing attitudes to language learning in the UK.


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