Do you want to learn Turkish, but don’t know where to start? One of our Turkish linguists picks her top tips to learn Turkish, so you can be speaking in no time.
Existing mostly in the remote, mountainous and far-flung corners of the globe, whistled languages are dying out — but they still contain a few keys to understanding human language.
Are you getting ready for a date and want to impress your beloved by whispering sweet nothings in a foreign language? Forget French or Italian. Find out why Turkish could be the world’s most romantic language.
Whether you’ve got a deadly tree-nut allergy or you’re just trying to stick to your paleo diet in carb-centric Italy, here are some handy translations to keep in your pocket.
Desperate to break up with your (not so) sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? Oh, that’s cold. At least let them off easy, and pretend you have class, by dumping them in the sultry tones of a foreign language.
From opera singers belting out Verdi, to auctioneers speaking a mile a minute to shepherds whistling the latest local news, we profile jobs with wildly different linguistic skill sets.
Looking for one good reason to learn a foreign language? How about seven? Advice from our resident expert on why picking up another language is a good idea.
Do you really have to travel to another country to learn the language? The 10-language twins undertook the challenge of learning a language in a week in Berlin, their city of residence. What can we learn from how they learned?
Even on my first day in Istanbul, a handful of words and phrases unlocked situations that would otherwise have remained out of reach.