Do Other Countries Make As Many Healthy Eating Resolutions?
Americans are hardly alone in thinking about their health at the turn of the new year. But is our approach to dieting, weight loss and ‘healthy eating’ the same?
The 12 Days Of Cookiemas: Holiday Pastries From Around The World
If you’re in danger of running out of cookie recipes to try this holiday season, here’s a list of 12 delicious cookies from other countries.
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?
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.
Which European Countries Are The Best At Language Learning?
We look at statistics for when European countries start teaching languages.
Where Do Superstitions Come From, And How Do They Spread?
Language and superstition are entwined with each other like broken mirrors and bad luck.
How ‘Latinx’ Is Leading The Resistance Against Gendered Languages
In the fight for inclusivity, LGBTQ and gender equality advocates come face-to-face with the deeply intertwined nature of gender and language.
Jargon Watch: Surfer Slang And The Language Of The Waves
If your knowledge of surfers stops after “Fast Times at Ridgemont High,” you might want to learn a little bit more about the sport’s lingo.
English As An International Universal Language
Don’t be surprised if in the world’s nooks, crannies and corners you find that little language called English.
What Are The True Differences Between American and European Culture, Really?
This goes a little bit deeper than coffee cup sizes.
What Is Esperanto, And Who Speaks It?
Esperanto is the most famous constructed language, and its popularity seems to be growing.