School Of British Accents: The Cockney Accent
Love London? Then it’s time you realised your dream of speaking like a real cockney!
Quintessential Fall — How Other Countries Celebrate Autumn
We know Americans have an obsession with fall, but how do people around the world ring in the season? (It goes far beyond Pumpkin Spice Lattes!)
5 Very Good, Very Specific Tips To Learn French
Fallen in love with French, but still struggling to make yourself understood? Here are our top 5 tips to learn French, brought to you by one of our French linguistics experts.
How Many People Speak Catalan, And Where Is It Spoken?
It’s a common mistake to assume Catalan is a dialect of Spanish. In truth, it is very much its own regional language.
The Language Of The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights
It’s the most-translated document in the entire world, but what really is the UDHR?
How To Use Prefixes, Suffixes And Infixes
When you’re learning a new language, it can always be helpful to break words down into parts.
School Of British Accents: The Welsh Accent
One of the UK’s most-loved accents, Welsh English is as melodic as it is challenging!
The Best 1960s Slang To Get Your Groove On
Looking for a blast from the past? Join us as we revisit some of the grooviest 1960s slang.
A Guide To Nahuatl, An Influential Language Rich In History
The various Nahua peoples live in Central America and they’re united by two common languages: Nahuatl and Spanish.
How Many People Speak German, And Where Is It Spoken?
German is one of the most popular languages in the world, and you might be surprised by how many places it’s spoken.
The 2000s Slang That Defined The Decade
The 2000s weren’t that long ago, but some of these terms will feel like they’re from a different lifetime.
How And When To Use Spanish Modal Verbs
Learn a tricky part of Spanish grammar with the help of some music.
School Of British Accents: The Yorkshire Accent
Yorkshire is home to one of the UK’s most-loved accents, but mastering it is no mean feat!
Hot Tip: Spanish Tongue Twisters
Sometimes, you just need to make things difficult for yourself on purpose.
An Introduction To Quechua, One Of The World’s Most Widely Spoken Indigenous Languages
Quechua is a macrolanguage with more than 10 million speakers in seven Latin American countries: Chile, Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil and Peru.