Blog in Other Languages
Are We Able To Communicate Without Emojis?
A while ago, I thought I’d write a letter to a friend. A traditional letter, written by hand. As soon as I finished the second
Would you Sign off my Dog?
As far as animal communication goes, there’s still a lot to learn. But one thing we can be sure of is that language, in its
Praise the Dog
Dog parents have always believed that their pooch understands every word that is spoken to them. It is not rare to find people talking to
3 Reasons to Use a Human Interpreter
If you follow current news in interpretation technology, you surely heard about the biggest leap in real-time live interpretation in years: Google’s Pixel Buds. Unveiled
Language in Sports: Communicating With the Referee
Recently, we reviewed the ways that players and coaches interact and communicate with each other in the football leagues of Europe, a highly international setting.
Prima-Lingua: The power within words
Following up on our latest article, I would like to ponder further on the idea of thinking about linguists as if they were poets, storytellers
Language in Sports: Communication in European Football
Football (or soccer, as it’s known to North Americans) is the world’s most popular sport. In all corners of the globe, one can find football
The Alchemy of Communication
Communication is a beautiful illusion, a farce we are all a part of, in which we like to recognize ourselves and which we experience on
A linguist could save the world
“Language is the foundation of civilization. It is a glue that holds people together, and it is the first weapon drawn in a conflict.” The
I’m Just Phubbing Around
Languages are living organisms that update themselves and keep themselves current with our new attitudes and life-styles. English in particular is very good at coming up with new
Love in translation
Is it possible for two people who don’t speak the same language to fall in love? We’ve all heard that communication is the key to