Top 25 Language Twitterer Accounts 2013

여기서 당신은 카테고리 '언어 중에서 트위터'의 2013년 탑 25 언어를 사랑하는 사람들을 찾을 수 있습니다. 이 카테고리는 언어, 번역, 통역, 언어 교사, 및 언어 출판사와 기타 언어 애호가들이 트윗하는 트위터들이 있습니다. 우승자들에게 축하를 드립니다! (2012년 우승자들은 여기서 보실 수 있습니다).

각 카테고리의 탑 25를 확인하는 것을 까먹지 마세요:

  • 1. Judy Jenner @language_news

    Trilingual translator, court-certified interpreter, identical twin, author, traveler, bibliophile, foodie, Vegas expert. Born in Austria, grew up in Mexico City.

  • 2. Aaron G Myers @aarongmyers

    Aaron is helpung you learning a new language with tweets and blog posts. It’s about empowering and educating and giving you the tools that will lead to success.

  • 3. Dictionary @dictionarycom is a leading provider of online language reference products and services. On Twitter they share interesting facts about English words.

  • 4. German should be fun @LearnXDGerman

    I tweet in English and the German translation just 5 minutes later. Verstehst du meine deutschen Tweets?

  • 5. Marta Stelmaszak @mstelmaszak

    Polski - English - Français Translator and Interpreter. Tweeting about freelancing, language, translation, writing and success.

  • 6. melissa muldoon @italiamelissa

    Tweets feature Italian culture, current events, travel and language tips, as well as daily comments about this crazy great world we inhabit.

  • 7. Jared Romey @JaredRomey

    Bestselling author in Chile and Puerto Rico of Speaking Latino books on Spanish slang. Traveler, language lover, entrepreneur, & voracious reader.

  • 8. Nicole Y. Adams @NYAcomm

    German/English marketing, PR & communications translator, editor, consultant & translation business mentor. Coffee lover, mum of 2 boys & CPD enthusiast.

  • 9. English Tips for You @EnglishTips4U

    Indonesia's first & only Twitter-based English learning portal. We help you learn English better, faster, & for free!

  • 10. Catherine Christaki @LinguaGreca

    Catherine is the co-owner of Lingua Greca Translations, who translate English-Greek, and specialize in IT, medical and gambling texts.

Thanks to everyone that wrote, nominated and voted for these blogs! We hope to see you back on Lexiophiles soon, and look forward to seeing your contributions to the dictionaries.