Top 25 Language Twitterers 2011

Here you will find the Top 25 Language Lovers 2011 in the category ‘Language Twitterers’. This category focuses on Twitterers tweeting about languages, amongst them tranlsators, interpreters, language teachers, language publishing houses and other language enthusiasts. We congratulate the winners!

Make sure to check out the Top 25 for the other categories as well:

Language Learning Blogs | Language Professionals Blogs | Facebook Pages | Twitterers

1.@translationguy (Ken Clark)
CEO, 1-800-Translate, rated #1 for client service in translation and localization industry, learning from the best in the business going on 20 years
2.@lynneguist (Lynne Murphy)
An American linguist in England. This is the Twitter presence of 'Separated by a Common Language' blog.
3.@brad5patterson (Brad Patterson)
EFL teacher
4.@dw_learngerman (Deutsche Welle)
Learn German with our free and fun materials!
5.@langology (Language News)
Fun with #language, language and linguistic news, links, events, research and more.
6.@GrammarMonkeys (Grammar Monkeys)
It's all about clarity. Grammar and language tips from the copy editors at The Wichita (Kansas) Eagle. Have a question? Ask; we'll answer.
7.@ProZcom (
The translation workplace. is the number one source of new clients for translators and interpreters. #xl8 blog
8.@OxfordWords (Oxford Dictionaries)
Oxford University Press, publisher of Oxford Dictionaries, brings you news and insights from today’s world of words.
9.@OUPELTGlobal (OUP ELT Global)
Oxford University Press English Language Teaching. Follow us for news, info, blog posts, videos and tools to aid your ESL/EFL teaching. Alex tweeting.
10.@LinguaGreca (Catherine Christaki)
Greek translator

We would like to thank everyone who participated in the competition. Without all of you this competition would not have been possible. If your blog, Facebook page or Twitter account is on the list, you might want to add the Top 100 Language Lovers 2011 button to your blog. Click here if you like to get more information on how the competition works. We hope to see you back soon on Lexiophiles and