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Why Do So Many Performers Sing in American English?

August 8, 2019

Do you remember the first time that you ever recorded your voice? There's a good chance that it sounded very strange when you listened to the tape. Fact is we cannot hear our own accents, or even... Read More 


Isolates Lose Their Linguistic Relationship to Other Languages

August 7, 2019

Language isolates are languages found around the world that have no known historical link to any other language. In the absolute sense, a language isolate is a natural language that has not been... Read More 


Cross Cultural Marketing Must Match Familial Needs

July 22, 2019

The influence of cultural factors on the marketing, sales and distribution of new products affect a company's analysis, strategies and decisions on how best to enter a new segment of the global... Read More 


Is the Same Language Spoken in North and South Korea?

July 1, 2019

Yes, people living in both North and South Korea speak Korean (also called Hangul). Nonetheless, the differences in dialects have continued to grow as the states have been separated for quite some... Read More 


Is Social Media Creating a Generational Language Gap?

June 25, 2019

There's little doubt in thinking the language used for social media websites isn't having a major impact on how the world communicates and how we modify languages for our day-to-day life. After... Read More 


The Rosetta Stone May Be the World's Oldest Deciphering Tool

June 25, 2019

As archaeologists study human prehistory through the excavation of ancient sites, the analysis and interpretation of meanings for antique artifacts and other physical remains often depend upon the... Read More 


History of Signing as an Ordinary Language

May 17, 2019

An ordinary or natural language is any language that has evolved without premeditated planning through the repetitive use and evolution of its vocabulary. All varieties of world languages are... Read More 


Is Sumerian the World's Oldest Language?

May 15, 2019

Most experts agree that Sumerian is the oldest known written language. A limestone tablet found at the ancient Sumerian city of Kish. A plaster cast of the Kish Tablet is inscribed with... Read More 


How an Audience Response System Affects Opinion Gathering

April 10, 2019

Do you really get the results you want, when you ask for a show of hands? ProLingo's state-of-the-art audience response system allows participants to respond anonymously to multiple choice... Read More 


Can Pets Learn to Communicate in Different Languages?

April 9, 2019

Humans speak in hundreds, if not thousands, of different languages. However, only three percent of the world's population is considered to be multilingual (active speakers in four or more tongues)... Read More 


 
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