The 20 Most Common Adjectives In Swedish
Adjectives are like spices: you’d survive without them, but life would be awfully bleak. That’s why we’ve created this list of some of the most common Swedish adjectives, to spice up your sentences with.
On The Linguistic Trail With Nomadic Languages
Does not having a fixed regional identity change how language evolves?
How To Talk About Transportation In Russian
Whether you’re traveling across the country on the Trans-Siberian Express or just looking for local directions, you’ll need this Russian travel vocab.
‘Letterkenny’ Language And How Writers Create Dialects
You may have heard of conlangs before, but there’s a new category to explore: conlects.
Mexican Spanish Vs. European Spanish: Common Mistakes Beginners Should Know About
Make sure you’re keen to these little differences if you really want to sound like a local.
How To Talk About The Weather In Turkish
Yağmur, kar or dolu, you’ll be prepared for the weather with this guide to Turkish weather vocab.
Here Are 20 New Words That Wouldn’t Exist Without Climate Change
It’s not just the environment that’s changing. Languages around the world are also adapting to describe new realities.
The 3 Steps To A New Language Learning Habit
Language learning is all about forming a daily habit, but how do you do it? The studies are in, and 3 steps is all it takes.
Multilinguish: Are Europeans Really Better At Languages?
In this episode of Multilinguish, we dive deep into language learning in the United States, the United Kingdom and mainland Europe.
Why Poetry Is Useful For Language Learning
As the poet Paul Engle wrote, “Poetry is ordinary language raised to the Nth power.”
How To Talk About The Weather In Danish
Regn, frost, sne or hagl, you’ll be prepared for anything with this Danish weather vocabulary!
Anachronisms In ‘Downton Abbey’: Terms That The Show Got Totally Wrong
‘Quid’ is not the proper term for a proper lady.
Go On An Italian Adventure In Matera, The City Of Stones
Here’s why this Italian city has recently been named the European Capital of Culture, and why it’s at the heart of our new Babbel course.