For Australians, it’s a love story, so baby just say “yeah-nah”.
Bilingual education can improve learning outcomes but it’s important to consider local context.
‘Year’ and ‘time’ are the two most frequent nouns in British English.
Words have power, and what vocabulary you have at your disposal to describe your relationships with other people can shape what directions those relationships can take.
Turns out ‘A’ didn’t have to be the first letter in the alphabet, nor ‘Z’ the last.
Listening to voices of racialized students in French immersion matters for creating more inclusive schooling.
Why do so many Americans share the concern that success and integrity are in conflict, as if one comes at the expense of the other?
Pleasant-sounding words might have a leg up.
When language falls short of its ability to facilitate communication in the workplace, it can lead to misinterpretation and a sense of disconnection or exclusion.
2023 will be remembered for more than quirky new phrases.
An expert on rhetoric explains why ‘rizz’ may be more like charm than charisma.
A new report from the Modern Language Association shows an unprecedented drop in the study of foreign languages among college students.
Social media is giving a new lifeline to Bhutan’s native languages, which do not have written script and lack proper documentation.
The meanings we carry around in our heads seem so natural and inborn that we fail to realise other people can have quite different understandings.
Most people can draw from tens of thousands of words in their memory within milliseconds. Studying this process can improve language disorder treatment and appreciation of the gift of communication.
Young Latinos in the US often navigate a contradictory landscape: Their parents see them as not Latino enough, while teachers and peers view them as not American enough.
Nos Galan Gaeaf on October 31 in Wales is steeped in folklore and tradition.
Getting serious about protecting global biodiversity requires not just policy but a revolution in how we talk about, and with, our planet’s forests.
Using data from over 160 languages, a new study explains where, when and how Indo-European languages spread across Europe and Asia.
Incorporating Akan folklore in the curriculum will promote quality and lifelong education in Ghana.