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Video Fix: Pidgin and Creole: the Discovery and Language Contacts

The history of pidgins and creoles starts with the European age of exploration and expansion in the 15th century. During the 16th and early...

Video Fix: Language features: English vs other Languages

We might sometimes be tempted to think that the main differences between languages concern just their vocabulary, maybe some grammatical areas, and not much...
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Interviews with European Culture Personalities

ISIT students Eva Gozlan, Noémie Lefèvre and Antinéa Lombard, in collaboration with TermCoord, have interviewed personalities from France, Spain, Germany and Italy about their...

GET TO TERMS with CULTURE, the SOUL of EUROPE

One of the most important fields where multilingual communication meets the need of clear message to a very diverse audience is culture. Audio- guides  of...

Scottish Gaelic

  Scottish Gaelic or Gàidhlig is spoken in Scotland (Alba), mainly in the Highlands (a' Ghaidhealtachd) and in the Western Islands (Na h-Eileanan an Iar),...

Irish Gaelic

Irish Gaelic or Gaeilge is a Celtic language, just like Scottish Gaelic (GĂ idhlig), Manx Gaelic (Gaelg/Gailck), Welsh (Cymraeg), Breton (Brezhoneg) and Cornish (Kernewek). Irish first...

Video-Fix: Shibboleth! Show me how you say it and I will...

  The Shibboleth is “a word containing  one or more sounds difficult to be pronounced from a  non native speaker, through which is possible...

Languages of Spain: Catalan

Catalan (CatalĂ ) is a Romance language closely related to the Occitan language of southern France and to Spanish, but it is clearly distinct from...

Languages of Spain: Galician

Galician (galego) is an Indo-European language of the Western Ibero-Romance branch. It is spoken by around 2.4 million people (as censed in 2012) mainly...

Video-Fix Proto-Indo-European, Ep.2: Schleicher´s fable

Welcome to the second episode of our small column on Proto-Indo-European (from now on referred to as PIE).  In our previous article we focused...
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