Learn a Language
Learn a Language

The languages tend to get a bad rap at schools, with ever decreasing student numbers further proof of that. But there are so many advantages to speaking another language, so why aren’t we better at encouraging our children to get on board? And why do less than a quarter of the UK adult population speak […]

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Welsh Book of the Year

The Wales Book of the Year shortlists have recently been announced, following months of deliberating by the 6 judges. The aim of the awards is to promote the richness and diversity of contemporary Welsh literature. There are 2 shortlists; one for English-language and one for Welsh-language titles. Within each language there are 3 categories: poetry, […]

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Emoji Bible
Emoji Bible

The Bible The World’s Most Translated Book The Bible is the world’s most translated book – there are currently more than 530 different language versions of the full bible, with certain sections of the text translated into thousands more languages. That means that at least 5 billion people have access to the full text in […]

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Internet Slang
Internet Slang

Internet Slang: The New Form of Communication Almost everyone uses the Internet these days. As such, most computer users are more or less familiar with Internet slang and the way that people communicate online. Internet slang refers to words and phrases that are cut short or abbreviated; the slang terms are widely used in social media, chat […]

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New name: Czechia
New name: Czechia

In 1993, a peaceful separation of the nation of Czechoslovakia resulted in the creation of two separate countries: Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Last month there was an announcement that the latter country’s name would be changed to Czechia. It was a decision that came after much deliberation by the president, heads of parliament, the […]

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Scales English French
Scales English French

Quebec: Should bilingual signage be mandatory? A consultation recently took place in Quebec’s parliament, which was expected to require all businesses in the province to provide bilingual (English and French) signage.   Official Language of Quebec French is the official language of Quebec, a province in eastern Canada, as defined by Law 101, the Charter of […]

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Hello!
Hello!

  Google Translate was launched on 28 April 2006, which means that it has just celebrated its 10th birthday. Here are some fast facts about the controversial app:     • It began with just two, but the service now covers 103 languages, including some you may not have heard of, for example: Cebuano, a […]

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