English vocabulary is evolving with our understanding of LGBTQ+ identities, but its dominance risks alienating older languages.
Millennials might've laid claim to them first but Gen Z has gone ahead and given emojis meaning no one saw coming.
The update sees additions like “Black”, “ace”, “DGAF”, and “Pride” as part of its 15,000 changes.
We’re fixated on coughing and sneezing as ways of transmitting the virus, but what we say and how we say it might matter too.
Instead of “OK,” just say “Keri Kylie Minogue and Dannii Minogue in tow.”
An Indian Minister Believes That the Best Way to Control Diabetes and Cholesterol Is by Speaking Sanskrit
He also says that according to NASA, if all computers are re-programmed in Sanskrit, they would function flawlessly.
Belching is a paralinguistic staple that scientists have struggled to study, but ‘Rick and Morty’ is providing researchers with a fresh and varied dataset.
In the parts of the world where biodiversity is most at risk, words and phrases also face extinction.
The number of university students learning the Korean language in the United States nearly doubled in just 10 years.
A new generation are reclaiming their grandparents' language to further causes of humanism and LGBTQ equality.