What Are Tonal Languages?
Whether you have perfect pitch or feel tone-deaf, we have answers to all your burning tonal language questions.
How Do You Make A Dictionary For Birds?
The words of birds are far more than just “cheep cheep” and “twitter,” and one dictionary tries to collect as many as possible.
Why Do Our Brains Remember Certain Words Over Others?
Is there some sort of weird trick to this thing?
What Does It Mean To Dream In The Language You’re Learning?
Answering the question, “What language do you dream in?”
Earth Day Celebrations: A Global Affair To Glorify The Planet
It’s never too late to give Gaia some love.
What Is Braille, And How Does It Work?
Braille was invented by Louis Braille in the early 20th century, but its journey to being used all around the world was a bit convoluted.
15 Terrifying Boogeymen From Around The World
This Halloween, get a lesson in supernatural scare tactics from the Boogeyman and 14 of his cousins.
Why Is Sparkling Water All Over Europe?
Have you ever ordered water in Europe and been gotten a carbonated beverage instead? Here’s why Europe prefers fizzy over flat water (and how to avoid it in the future).
How To Convince Your Friends To Learn a New Language With You
It takes two to tango, and having a partner when you’re learning a language isn’t a bad idea either.
How To Reignite Your Passion For Learning A Language
We have some tips for translating your burning-hot desire to learn into a more sustainable relationship with your target language.