English networking in the Capital of the Alps – Do you work for a tourist business or destination? Are you studying languages in Innsbruck? Or do you simply want to brush up on your spoken English? Come along to BarLinn Chat and spend a few hours networking and improving your English.
There is a place for machine translation. As it improves, and it is improving, it provides us with endless amusing anecdotes. Today we had a play with Akuna’s Bad Translator. This fun tool takes anything you put into in and runs it through Google’s translation tool between 10 to 50 times and shows you a final result. We thought we’d give it a go.
Maintaining an English online presence is key to remaining competitive in the online market. Why? Because not only do the vast majority of native English speakers only use English online, but English is also the most frequently used second language.
When I choose a restaurant I like to check out all of the options. For me, one of the joys of dining out is meandering along a bustling street and checking out the menus, food and venues on offer. So would I choose a restaurant in Switzerland with an enticing sign stating: “Our wines leave you nothing to hope for”?
When I think of Camping Hell, I think of pitching a tent in the wind and rain. I think of trudging through a muddy field and struggling to get tent pegs to stay in the wet ground. I think of cracked swimming pools, unfriendly hosts, dirty toilets and a long walk to the beach.