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getpocket.com What should you do when someone refuses a gift in Japan? And what colors should you use when wrapping a gift in Italy? We’ve got the answers.
The language of persuasion.
getpocket.com A philosopher’s 350-year-old trick to get people to change their minds is now backed up by psychologists.
getpocket.com If your language had no words to describe “the future,” would you still stress over it?
bbc.com One of the first things visitors to Japan notice is how clean everywhere is – yet there are hardly any litter bins and street sweepers. What's the secret behind this contradiction?
getpocket.com A linguistic exploration.
getpocket.com Like it or not, words, spelling, and punctuation can leave a lasting impression on others. But even the most educated people often unknowingly make these common flubs.
nytimes.com With President Vladimir Putin of Russia looking to accelerate moves toward a “union state,” Belarusians are promoting a stronger sense of their own national identity.
newyorker.com Could understanding other cultures’ concepts of joy and well-being help us reshape our own?
newyorker.com What can hyperpolyglots teach the rest of us?
getpocket.com In 1960, two men made a bet. There was only $50 on the line, but millions of people would feel the impact of this little wager.
msn.com The United States was founded on immigration and, over time, became a melting pot of different cultures and ethnicities.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. (It’s June.)
newyorker.com When it rains, it acid-rains.
nytimes.com Consider the muumuu.
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qz.com Singapore is near the top of the rankings when it comes to English proficiency, after Sweden and the Netherlands, according to a new survey.
Pumpkin Patch Rockefeller Center - New York.
msn.com A traffic jam when you’re already late. A free ride when you’ve already paid.
goop.com Bilingualism has benefits beyond the obvious: The bilingual brain, research suggests, is better equipped to navigate cognitive decline with age.
bbc.com It’s possible to forget your first language, even as an adult. But how, and why, this happens is complex and counter-intuitive.
newyorker.com The underlying assumption of the main characters’ lives is that nothing is true except that the U.S.S.R. will last forever. My parents based their decision to emigrate on the same premise.
nytimes.com A new study of everyday language use around the world shows that we offer expressions of gratitude far less often than we think.
nytimes.com Tashi Wangchuk was sentenced to five years in prison after he spoke to The New York Times about his worries that Tibetan is a dying language.
nytimes.com If you just say “Thank you,” you’ve missed the point.
nytimes.com Aerobic fitness may help you avoid lapses in your vocabulary.
nytimes.com Andrea Carla Michaels begins our solving week.
crafty.house Which English word has 2,964 synonyms? We bet you can't guess it!
bbc.com In a room full of non-native speakers, ‘there isn’t any chance of understanding’. It might be their language, but the message is often lost
wordcounter.net Apostrophe Catastrophe? A Survival Guide October 10, 2017 As a teacher that has taught writing to students all the way from elementary to college, nothing can give me more fits than apostrophes. Reading a student’s writing and seeing a misplaced apostrophe can get my blood boiling. I guess I get s...
“What is the shortest word in the English language that contains the letters: abcdef? Answer: feedback. Don’t forget that feedback is one of the essential elements of good communication.” - Author Unknown
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“The English language has a deceptive air of simplicity; so have some little frocks; but they are both not the kind of thing you can run up in half an hour with a machine.”
Dorothy L. Sayers
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nytimes.com Some combinations of words seem natural, almost predestined. Others are just flatly unacceptable.
Swearing in a second language? Oh, my!
nytimes.com Three new books tackle various mysteries from the world of linguistics: why we swear, why we say “mm-hmm” all the time and how conversation arose.
nytimes.com It’s less accurate than Fahrenheit, but that’s the key to its charm.
nytimes.com Residents of the fantastical black utopia Wakanda speak isiXhosa. It is a South African tongue defined by clicks that alternately sound like sucking teeth and a popping cork.
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