Top 25 Language Twitterer Accounts 2014

See below the Top 25 Language Lovers 2014 representing the 'Language Twitterer' category. This category includes Twitter users such as translators, language teachers, dictionary editors and other language aficionados. We congratulate the winners! (2013 winners here)

Make sure to check out the Top 25 for each category as well:

Language Learning Blogs | Language Professionals Blogs | Facebook Pages | Twitter accounts | YouTube Channels

1.Scheherezade Surià @Scheherezade_SL
Spanish literary and audiovisual translator, compulsive reader and art lover.
2.Språkrådet @Sprakradgivning
Twitter account of the Swedish Language Council, the primary regulatory body for the advancement and cultivation of the Swedish language.
3.Marta Stelmaszak @mstelmaszak
Polish English translator, entrepreneur, student of management and new technologies at London School of Economics.
4.Cath Cellier-Smart @Smart_Translate
French to English Sworn Translator, Brit-born expat, traveller, scuba diver, hiker, reader, tea drinker
5.German should be fun @LearnXDGerman
Tweets in #German and the English translation just 5min later!
6.Catherine Christaki @LinguaGreca
Co-owner of Lingua Greca Translations (English-Greek), specializing in IT, Medical & Gambling texts. Tweets about translation (#xl8), languages & freelancing.
7.Atlas Translation @atlastranslate
Translation company. Like languages & interesting news stories. Big tea drinkers - preferably with cake.
8.Rainy London (Val) @rainylondon
Interpreter/translator (IT/EN/ES/FR), content curator and branding speaker. Loves espresso & Ldn!
9.Lynne Murphy @lynneguist
An American linguist in England, working at University of Sussex.The Twitter presence of 'Separated by a Common Language' blog.
10.Sero Communications @SeroComms
Crosscultural communications agency connecting people worldwide. Transcription, Translation, Editing, Copywriting, Subtitling, Voiceovers & More.

Thank you to all of the participants who made this competition more thrilling than ever. We could not have made it without you! If your blog, Facebook page, Twitter account or YouTube channel has made it to the Top 100 list above, we would like to invite you to add the Top 100 Language Lovers 2014 button to your blog or your website. Click here for more information about the competition. We look forward to seeing you again on and Lexiophiles.