10 New Zealand English Phrases You Can’t Bugger Up, Eh?
If you’ve ever wondered what your kiwi friends meant by “tramping,” then this article is for you. We’re breaking down the most popular New Zealand slang words and phrases.
How To Talk About Food And Drink In Indonesian
Enjoying Indonesian food goes hand-in-hand with having some basic knowledge of the language.
How To Say ‘Happy Birthday!’ In Different Languages
Celebrate your friend’s favorite day of the year by learning how to say ‘Happy Birthday!’ in another language.
How To Talk About The Weather In Indonesian
It’s always sunny in Indonesia. Except during the Monsoon season.
How To Write The Date In Turkish
Learning Turkish date notation will help with scheduling, filling out documents, having casual conversations and more!
How To Say ‘Good Job!’ In 10 Languages
Want to be a supportive friend or colleague? Use this guide to learn how to say ‘good job!’ in 10 different languages.
How To Say ‘I’m Lost’ In 10 Languages
For the times when you actually want to be found, here’s how to say ‘I’m lost’ in 10 different languages.
How To Ask ‘How Are You?’ In 10 Languages
Meet new people and initiate friendly small talk by learning how to ask ‘how are you?’ in the local language.
15 Chilango Phrases For Your Next Trip To Mexico City
Heading to Mexico City soon? Here are 15 phrases that only a Chilango (someone from Mexico City) would understand!
How To Ask For The Check In 10 Languages
This guide won’t tell you how to split a birthday dinner tab between 12 people without wanting to flip the table in frustration, but at least you’ll be able to get your server’s attention.
9 Charming Poop Idioms In Other Languages
In theory, all bae idioms (or bæ idioms, if you want to get technical about this) count as poop idioms in Danish.
8 Danish Phrases To Know Before Going To Denmark
Do you want to visit Denmark or even make some Danish friends while you’re there? With these 8 Danish phrases, you’ll definitely make a good impression!
How To Say ‘Excuse Me’ In 10 Languages
This is arguably the most important phrase to learn when you’re traveling abroad. Here’s how to say ‘excuse me’ in 10 world languages.