In How to Make Sentences in Scientific English, we talked about different positions in a sentence, for example, the topic and stress, and why you would choose to order information in a certain way. Please read that article before reading this one, which expands on that. In this article, we will look at how to… Read more “How to Link Sentences in Scientific English”
If you are thinking about visiting Sendai in the summer, the best time to visit is around 7 August. Known for its famous Tanabata Festival (arguably the most well-known and definitely the largest one held in Japan), or the Star Festival, Sendai is decorated to the nines! What is the star festival? The legend The… Read more “Tanabata Festival in Sendai, Japan”
As a teacher of Scientific English, I often get the following questions from students: “How do you make sentences in Scientific English”? “Is there a specific way to write sentences”? When I first started learning Scientific English myself, my initial reaction was “No, of course not. It is still English. English is a flexible language,… Read more “How to Make Sentences in Scientific English”
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Hello! Welcome to TeachTranslateTravelRepeat. My name is Jamie. I’m a freelance German and Spanish to English translator from the UK. I am also currently taking a break from being a German and English lecturer/teacher while I learn Japanese intensively. I am currently based in Japan until (at least) October 2023. My passions include learning/teaching languages, translating, and travelling. This is what ultimately led me to create TeachTranslateTravelRepeat (TTTR). Read more