Europeans get a lot of slang from American concepts, such as Norwegians using the word "Texas" to mean "crazy." Here's why this has happened.
We review the Travis Touch Go, a compact-but-powerful voice translator capable of speaking 155 languages, connecting to wifi, and being used as a hotspot.
Gender fluidity is becoming more mainstream, and the English language is in the process of adapting to new cultural attitudes about gender and preferences.
With the efficiency of one word, a common sentiment or concept is beautifully expressed. Why does the German language have so many great words?
Some scientists and linguists believe that we may not need to learn foreign languages, as we'll all have AI and other technology to translate speech for us.
Depending on where you’re from, you say words like ‘basil’ a specific way. UMBC Professor Christine Mallinson gives us more on pronunciation differences.
Georgia facts: A collection of interesting points about the country, including history, geography, its culture, cuisine, cities, flag, people and more.
Here is a short but detailed introduction to the Bulgarian language, written by a native, including history and key words and phrases.
Westerners need not feel intimidated with travel to China; the Chinese are often helpful, and this short phrase guide will help you get by.
English is a complex language, but there are still many untranslatable words and concepts where English doesn't yet have a phrase to describe them.