Irish Teachers Are Memeing on Instagram to Preserve Their Threatened Language
After Ireland's data regulator said that Irish people don't have an "absolute" right to traditional name spellings in official databases, some teachers are fighting back on social media.
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A Rhetoric Professor Explains How to Win an Online Argument
"I wouldn't verbally abuse them because an insult pulls you down into a state of weakness."
Indigenous languages are coming back from the brink
Across Canada, people are learning the language of their ancestors and turning around and teaching others.
Emojis Bridged the Language Barrier Between Me and My Father
They're doing the same for many in households that speak multiple languages.
Depressed People Use These Words More Often
They're not always negative words.
Stop Putting Minority Kids in ESL Classes if They Don’t Need It
Apparently if you’re young and a visible minority, you belong in an English as a Second Language class.
Why You Should Swear Less
Give offensive words their power back and it might just save humanity, says Dr Emma Byrne.
When You are a Second-Gen Kid, It's Easy to Lose Your Family's Culture
I grew up in Canada but it was only when I visited my family’s homeland that I realized I was missing out.
We Made a Dancefloor Dictionary So You Don't Have to Call Everything a Banger
You'll never struggle to describe music again!
'Okja' Proves That We're Doomed if We Don't Understand One Another
Bong Joon-ho's Netflix spectacle depicts the difficulty and sacredness of translation.
How to count with Donald Trump
Words About Love in Other Languages That Should Exist in English
These may come in handy next time emojis fail you.