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VideoFix: How social media breathes life into the Irish language

The myth that Irish is a dead language is widespread. Teresa Lynn, the speaker of this talk, has a PhD on technology for the...

VideoFix: The most important language you will ever learn

How many languages do you speak?  Probably more than you first think. Because, have you ever stopped to read the meaning of “language”? The...

VideoFix: How to learn any language in six months

Chris Lonsdale has developed a holistic approach to learning that gives people the means to acquire language or complex technical terminology in short periods...

Let’s have fun with words: palindromes

How wonderful it is to be able to play with language! To be able to create words, phrases and texts and have fun with...

VideoFix: German and the link between maths and poetry

  Being able to play with another language (not your mothertonge) is a very exciting thing. Isn’t it? Harry Baker, World Slam Poetry Slam Champion,...

How Martin Luther influenced German language

German is the second most widely spoken Germanic language after English and it is an official language in several central and eastern European countries....

Damn!: the perception of swearing in different languages

In most languages there are taboo words or expressions which, though considered to be inappropriate in many situations, are omnipresent and used by all...

TermCoord voted 6th best Professional Language Blog of 2016

The votes are in! We are happy to announce that dev.termcoord.eu has achieved 6th place in the Language Professionals Blog category of the Top...

Terminology experts on how to deal with linguistic diversity

There is no doubt that Eugen Wüster was a prominent terminologist and a researcher who revolutionised the field of terminology. Cabré (2003) argues that...

Languages for Special Purposes in a Multilingual, Transcultural World

Abstract on Marlene Miglbauer's article: "What research can tell us about how best to prepare business students for the multilingual workplace" A large number of...
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