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English at Sea

Bob - thanks for this. Coincidentally, I recently wrote a blog on this.

It is entitled: What Language Should be Used in Maritime Training?

The preamble is:

The maritime industry, by definition, is international. Yet mariners from all corners of the earth are required to work together, communicate and interact. They are also required to train and be trained. But what language should be used to deliver their training? This article looks at bilingual training as one possibility for MET.

The full text can be found here:

http://www.maritimeprofessional.com/Blogs/Maritime-Training-Issues/August-2012/What-Language-Should-be-Used-in-Maritime-Training-.aspx
Murray Goldberg
Discussion started by Murray Goldberg on 2012/8/15 5:37:14 PM about Roberthone
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Good news-

I think that its more me finding my way around the site....

Have a peaceful weekend

Bob
Hi Murray-

Is it me or are other members finding it difficult to reply using the "Blue Button"?

Bob
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Good question - I have been getting some responses. Are you not? I see the site membership continues to grow. If we can keep it up we should soon reach a critical mass where the activity is more regular. There are a number of things which will help that move along coming in the next couple months. So I remain optimistic that we will have something of use here. It always takes some time and patience, however.

Take care and thanks as always!

Hi Murray-

Is it me or are other members finding it difficult to reply using the "Blue Button"?

Bob
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Hi Murray-

Thanks again - my comments were a response to your intresting artical.

Is it me or are other members finding it difficult to reply using the "Blue Button"?

Best wishes from a (very) windy Plymouth,

Bob
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RE: English at Sea
Bob - thanks for this. Coincidentally, I recently wrote a blog on this.

It is entitled: What Language Should be Used in Maritime Training?

The preamble is:

The maritime industry, by definition, is international. Yet mariners from all corners of the earth are required to work together, communicate and interact. They are also required to train and be trained. But what language should be used to deliver their training? This article looks at bilingual training as one possibility for MET.

The full text can be found here:

http://www.maritimeprofessional.com/Blogs/Maritime-Training-Issues/August-2012/What-Language-Should-be-Used-in-Maritime-Training-.aspx
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