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  2. Learning English (version of English) - Wikipedia

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    Learning English (previously known as Special English) is a controlled version of the English language first used on 19 October 1959, and still presented daily by the United States broadcasting service Voice of America (VOA). World news and other programs are read one-third slower than regular VOA English.

  3. Talk:Learning English (version of English) - Wikipedia

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    VOA no longer using the term. None of the VOA sites are using the phrase "Special English" anymore in new materials, it they appear to be using the term "Learning English", which conflicts with the BBC's use of the same. I think the article should be changed to reflect this - I've seen one post referring to it as "VOA Learning English" to ...

  4. Voice of America - Wikipedia

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    In 1985, VOA Europe was created as a special service in English that was relayed via satellite to AM, FM, and cable affiliates throughout Europe. With a contemporary format including live disc jockeys , the network presented top musical hits as well as VOA news and features of local interest (such as "EuroFax") 24 hours a day.

  5. Talk:Voice of America/Archive 1 - Wikipedia

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    VOA uses "Special English" and many people all over the world look to VOA to be able to learn English as a second language. I would have thought this important role would be mentioned. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Whatmarc ( talk • contribs ) 13:23, 6 December 2009 (UTC)

  6. VOA1 - Wikipedia

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    In 1985, VOA Europe was created as a special service in English that was relayed via satellite to AM, FM, and cable affiliates throughout Europe. With a contemporary format including live disc jockeys, the network presented top musical hits as well as VOA news and features of local interest (such as "EuroFax") 24 hours a day.

  7. Specialized English - Wikipedia

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    Specialized English is a controlled version of the English language used for radio broadcasting, easier for non-native speakers of English. It is derived from Voice of America (VoA) Special English . Specialized English was developed initially by Feba Radio in the UK, but Feba ceased direct involvement in 2009.

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