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Saving a Dying Language in Cyprus

December 14, 2016

Cyprus is a small island nation in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Turkey and West of Syria. In a village in the northern part of the country, a community is working to save an ancient language... Read More 


Website Translation Tips

November 11, 2016

If you've ever come across a website in a foreign language, chances are you saw an icon appear asking if you would like to translate the page into English. You've probably also experienced the... Read More 


Deaf-Blind Americans Have Developed a New Language

November 3, 2016

While Braille may be a useful tool to the blind and sign language useful to the deaf, have you ever wondered about those who are both deaf and blind? Most alternative methods for communicating... Read More 


Coding Language, the New Bilingual

November 3, 2016

Do you speak code? This may sound like an odd question, but many of today's high school and college graduates are being asked that very question on job interviews across the country. HTML, Java,... Read More 


Are Micro-Expressions the Universal Language?

October 27, 2016

While it's true there is not a universally spoken language, there is a language which transcends borders and cultures. Micro-expressions are facial expressions flashed for a fraction of a second... Read More 


Is English Really A Germanic Language?

September 27, 2016

Ever since grade school, we've all heard that English is a Germanic language. However, this often confuses most people because of how much English differs from German. For example, if you were to... Read More 


Dead Languages, a Review of the Past

September 13, 2016

We've covered some of the easiest languages to learn as well as those languages that are most commonly spoken. However did you know there is a very large list of languages that are considered... Read More 


Papua New Guinea The Most Linguistically Diverse Country on Earth

August 10, 2016

Residents of larger nations such as the United States, China, and Russia are often surprised to find that their country does not hold the most diversity of language. Surprisingly, the tiny nation... Read More 


Are We Facing a Bilingual Future That Includes Mandarin?

August 1, 2016

Is there a possibility Mandarin (one of the many Chinese dialects) will become a “global lingua franca” or a language which can easily be a second language that bridge international... Read More 


Languages Blend Beautifully at This Year's Olympic Games

July 13, 2016

On August 5th the countries of the world will work to put aside their differences, and come together for two weeks of sportsmanship in Rio, Brazil. Many of us have already been watching the... Read More 


 
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