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Steph Koyfman
Steph is a writer, lindy hopper, and astrologer. She’s also a language enthusiast who grew up bilingual and had an early love affair with books. She has mostly proved herself as a New Yorker, and she can introduce herself in Swedish thanks to Babbel. She also speaks Russian and Spanish, but she’s a little rusty on those fronts.
Articles by Steph
Naming The Parts Of The Body In Norwegian

Naming The Parts Of The Body In Norwegian

There’s a whole ‘kropp’ of knowledge waiting to be discovered.
The Language Of Emotions

The Language Of Emotions

What difference does it make whether we can name our feelings or not?
Italian Basics: Resources For Language Learners

Italian Basics: Resources For Language Learners

Everything we’ve ever written about Italian, all in one place.
7 Twitter Accounts To Follow If You’re Learning German

7 Twitter Accounts To Follow If You’re Learning German

Who better to learn from than a curmudgeonly satire version of Angela Merkel?
6 Swedish Words You’ll Struggle To Pronounce (If You’re Not Swedish)

6 Swedish Words You’ll Struggle To Pronounce (If You’re Not Swedish)

Bet you didn’t think ‘genre’ would make this list.
Naming The Parts Of The Body In Turkish

Naming The Parts Of The Body In Turkish

Here’s some very important vocabulary you’ll want to wrap your baş around.
The Best Curse Words In Other Languages

The Best Curse Words In Other Languages

How do you say ‘salty’ in multiple languages?
A Simple Guide To The Complex Topic Of Gender-Neutral Pronouns

A Simple Guide To The Complex Topic Of Gender-Neutral Pronouns

The singular “they” is now recognized by leading dictionaries and style guides in English. What about in other languages?
Cursing Abroad: Norwegian Insults To Round Out Your Studies

Cursing Abroad: Norwegian Insults To Round Out Your Studies

When in doubt, just say “Sweden is better.”