The Interpreter Matobo And Ku
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- The Interpreter
- The Interpreter has been called “a political thriller for the. 21st century. at the United Nations in New York, who is from Matobo .
- Penguin Readers Factsheets The Interpreter
- Silvia Broome, an interpreter at the United Nations, overhears a plot to kill the President of Matobo. Africa Matobo is a fictional country in the vicinity of Zimbabwe and. Mozambique.
- Penguin Readers Answer Key
- 15 a Silvia is an interpreter.
- Activity Worksheet: Penguin Readers Level 3: The Interpreter
- The Interpreter - Activity worksheets of 2. Activity worksheets f Matobo is a …… ………… country. b She was at a protest meeting in Matobo.
- The Interpreter
- “The Interpreter” (2005) *Kepéla = Ku word, defined in following Title: Standing on opposite sides of the river. ＊ 彼はこの事件に関与し .
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- The Interpreter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The country "Republic of Matobo" and its corresponding constructed language " Ku" were created for this film.
- The Interpreter (2005) - Memorable quotes
- The Interpreter Quotes on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more... But in Africa, in Matobo, the Ku believe that the only way to end grief is to save a life.
- The Interpreter: Information from Answers.com
- The Interpreter was directed by Sydney Pollack, who also appears in a brief supporting role. ~ Mark Deming . 2.
- The Interpreter | Rolling Stone Movies | Movie Reviews
- Apr 22, 2005 Kidman as Silvia Broome, the interpreter who specializes in the Ku dialect spoken in Matobo, the region of Africa where she was raised.