Lucy is in big trouble in Paris - only chain translation can save her.
Lucy's in trouble in Paris and needs language assistance big time - watch this hilarious language chain as we move from French to German to Spanish to English and back again....
Pancho the little yoga dog
Pancho the little yoga dog is a language champion. If a Chihuahua can be bilingual, then why can't everyone?
How the brain benefits from being bilingual
The brain benefits immensely from speaking two or more languages from improved cognitive skills
15,000-Year-Old Words We Still Use today
How far back in time can we go back in time with our languages? Where do they come from?
Ten podcasts to help you learn French - c'est si bon!
Podcasts are a great way to help you learn French or any language - while you're on the move via your smartphone or in front of your computer.
A funny way to say YES - all the way from Sweden.
World says 'yes' to bonkers Swedish sound. That's what the headline says. The sound, whatever it is, has gone viral - people think it's a little crazy. But why don't you decide?
Are you learning Indonesian, Mandarin or Japanese at school? Loads of fun stuff for you....
Then ask your teacher to register you for LLS - The Language Learning Space! LLS has loads of fun stuff to help you learn your language
7 Ways to Develop Good Habits in Language Learning
Learning a language is no random thing: here us useful advice on 7 ways to facilitate your language learning.
The Tangled Roots of English - it's a long story....
English is only one member of the Indo-European family - which goes back to a single language spoken thousands of years ago. But how did that language end up in Europe? The New York Times has some ideas.....
Do you see what I see? The Economist says bilinguals have another advantage....
The Economist discusses the latest research showing that children exposed to several languages are better at seeing through other people's eyes.
Key Great Schools Network documents for you
Please find attached a collection of key Great Schools Network documents, providing insights into the evolution of the GSN idea and stakeholder engagement and the achievements and challenges. These documents include:
Think in another language, think in another way
New research reported by the Guardian shows that the way you think and talk about events can be influenced by the language you are speaking in - even if you are bilingual.
Spain's Edurne takes on Eurovision - can she win?
Spanish pop sensation Edurne will be performing 'Amanecer' - in Spanish - at this year's Eurovision in Vienna and hopes to take home the crown.
Biggest song in the world right now: EXO's bilingual Korean-English smash no.1 in China
You may have never heard of EXO but this K-pop boy band is the It-Band of the moment - much hotter than One Direction & 5SOS right now - with their bilingual (Korean-English) song "Call me baby". It's no.1 in China - the world's largest market and storming the rest of Asia as we speak.
Can you learn Danish by Osmosis? Why not!
Can you learn a language simply by paying attention to the world around you? Emma Thomas talks about her experience in Copenhagen of trying to learn Danish by osmosis? Does 'pige' really mean girl?
Language is so interesting: hardest tongue twister(s) ever
p>We all like a good tongue-twister. Well, MIT researchers in America claim to have put together the world’s hardest
The Swedes are adding a gender-neutral pronoun to their dictionary
'He said/she said/they said' is no longer a problem for the Swedes. They've found a third way: a gender neutral pronoun for humans.
What was the First Language? Just ask Pharoah Psammetichus
Man has long been fascinated in knowing what the first language was. The Egyptian ruler, Pharoah Psammetichus, thought it was Phrygian - he had the scientific evidence to prove it.
Google Translate Takes Off in Ten More Languages
Google Translate adds ten more languages, including Malagasy, Sinhalese (සිංහල) and Kazakh (Қазақ тілі) - to its increasing list of languages you can translate to or from.
Listen to Dinka - on Australian radio!
If you want to hear what Dinka sounds like, tune into SBS - Australia's first Dinka language radio broadcaster. Widely spoken in South Sudan, there is an increasing Dinka community in Australia as well.