What Language Was Spoken At The First Thanksgiving?
You probably know the story of the First Thanksgiving, but do you know the indigenous language behind it?
Language On Wikipedia: How The Website Deals With The World’s Many Languages
Wikipedia handles hundreds of languages, which can cause some unique problems for the website.
Here Are The Best And Worst States For Language Education
The percentage of K-12 students enrolled in foreign language classes differs vastly depending on which state you live in. Find out how your state stacks up.
What Language Is Spoken In Egypt?
Case in point: spoken language and written language aren’t always the same thing.
Which European Countries Are The Best At Language Learning?
We look at statistics for when European countries start teaching languages.
Introducing Babbel USA’s Very Own YouTube Channel
For the budding polyglot, the curious global citizen, and everyone in between, Babbel’s U.S. content team has some fun (yet informative) videos for you.
How Many Languages Are There In The World?
How many languages are there? Why do some languages disappear while others grow and become more important? And how can you prevent languages from dying out?
Can You Ever Lose Your Accent?
Can you ever lose your native accent? Don’t worry, there’s no real danger of misplacing it.
Are Some Spoken Languages Faster Than Others?
Does it seem like that Spanish is way faster than English? It’s not entirely in your head.
Multilinguish: Dead And Endangered Languages
In this episode of Multilinguish, we explore what it means for languages to die (and occasionally come back to life again).
On The Linguistic Trail With Nomadic Languages
Does not having a fixed regional identity change how language evolves?
‘Letterkenny’ Language And How Writers Create Dialects
You may have heard of conlangs before, but there’s a new category to explore: conlects.