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We might sometimes be tempted to think that the main differences between languages concern just their vocabulary, maybe some grammatical areas, and not much more. Especially those who are not exper[...]
Either stuffed with whipped, fresh, and sweetened cream or filled up with salty dressing, maritozzo is a local treasure almost as ancient as Rome. Maritozzo is the name of a sweet bun whose origins [...]
On 19th May 2020, ISIT students defended the project that they started on October 2019 in collaboration with TermCoord. They compiled a corpus of 29 texts in French from official sources as well as [...]
A few weeks ago the Directorate General for Translation launched an initiative aimed at creating learning kits based on the stories on the My House of European History website. The idea was t[...]
Have you ever heard about behaviorist theory applied as a strategy for Second Language Acquisition (SLA)?
Before giving you an insight into the topic of this week's Video Fix 'Behaviorist Theory of S[...]
Tracing the origins of the term cannoli is quite challenging due to the legendary myths and emotional ties that have mixed and stratified in the collective memory.
Etymologically, cannoli derives f[...]
The fresh Spring 2020 TermNews is out of the TermCoord oven! This issue brings you an insight into Terminology Without Borders and its interesting terminological projects, as well as recent publicati[...]
Human speech is, at its core, air that is made to vibrate. We push air out from our lungs and use our vocal cords to make this air vibrate, creating sound waves. These sound waves are then modified [...]
Even though it is a very famous and simple traditional main dish in many Middle East countries, no one actually knows its original name. Most people do not know the man after whom it is named and ho[...]
There has been a lot of terminology talk in here, which makes sense considering that we are the European Parliament’s Terminology Coordination Unit. But for all of you who are yet to discover what[...]
"Where did English come from? When we talk about English, we often think of it as a single language. But what do the dialects spoken in dozens of countries around the world have in common with each ot[...]