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Esperanto Language Finds New Life Online

January 12, 2022

The Internet has changed a lot of cultural traditions in paving the way for people around the world to communicate with each other. It is easy to see how fictious tongues from literature, movies,... Read More 


Every Language Is Different But…

January 7, 2022

Every language is different, but all languages have basic parts of speech as well as rules for constructing phrases out of similar building blocks. In fact, there are fundamental underpinnings... Read More 


Which Culture Celebrated the First New Year

December 27, 2021

Throughout antiquity, cultures around the globe developed knowledge-based calendars that pinned the New Year to an astronomical or agricultural event. Some 4,000 years ago, the Babylonians... Read More 


Why You Shouldn't Trust Google Translate

December 7, 2021

For many monolinguals, Google Translate has been a godsend. Gone are the days of thumbing through a Spanish-to-English dictionary searching for the word you just heard. Now when you overhear... Read More 


How Colors Developed as Languages Evolved

November 23, 2021

Having found clues scattered throughout more modern vocabularies, linguists have concluded that human languages of the world may be derivative of proto human language that was spoken in East... Read More 


Is America Still the World’s Melting Pot?

October 29, 2021

Anywhere diverse groups of people assimilate and blend together as one can be called a “melting pot”. Whereas many countries have a population made up of people who are similar in... Read More 


Do Halloween and Day of the Dead Celebrate the Same Holiday?

October 18, 2021

Although both are ancient traditions that grew into global holidays, the answer is no. Day of the Dead (Dia de Muertos) and Halloween (All Hallows Eve) are evolving events that can be traced to an... Read More 


Are Healthcare Inequities Intensified by Language Barriers?

September 22, 2021

In many areas of our country, patients suffering from coronavirus that were not primary-language speakers generally fared worse than those who spoke fluent English. According to a study published... Read More 


Do People Speak English in Iceland?

August 25, 2021

Although Iceland is a sparsely-populated remote island that lies just below the Arctic Circle, approximately 98% of Icelanders speak English as the nation’s lingua franca. Icelandic, on the... Read More 


Shouldn't You Know What Each Attendee Said?

August 17, 2021

The answer is Yes! Everyone attending a multilingual presentation should leave with a clear understanding of what was said  as well as accurate translations that account for linguistic... Read More 


 
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