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When not stressed, the word our may be pronounced like are. (e.g. This is our new car.) Practice: flour, scar.

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Calling All Nationally Certified CLTs

By Tom Shull | Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020

Thank you to everyone who already updated their contact information at www.tecunit.org. The Testing, Evaluation and Certification Unit (TECUnit) has important updates and urgent notices that we have not been able to get out to nationally certified CLTs because of outdated contact information. Please like and share this post to spread the word. If you know nationally certified CLTs, please encourage them get in touch. info@tecunit.org | (703) 239-3433 (v/txt) Thanks!

TECUnit Gets New Board

By Tom Shull | Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020

The Testing, Evaluation, and Certification Unit (TECUnit), the national certifying body for cued language transliterators (CLTs), is pleased to announce the installation of a new Board of Directors. The new Board will continue to oversee testing and credentialing of cued language transliterators in keeping with the CLT Code of Conduct...

A New Look (and Web Address) for Language Matters

By Tom Shull | Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019

Lose the hyphen, Language Matters, Inc. has a new web address and look for their website [read more].

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