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Once again Juvenes Translatores is organising their annual Juvenes Translatores Translation Competition on the 21st of November 2019. This year is the 13th annual competition. For the past 13 years t[...]
English is the most widely spoken foreign language in the European Union (EU). It therefore serves as the working language in the European Commission followed by French and German, albeit all the la[...]
After some time spent to introduce theses of other fellow graduates and researchers, the moment is finally arrived for me to humbly introduce you my master thesis, which have been submitted eighteen[...]
Welcome back to our Sunday appointment! The video of this week introduces us to the Lingua Franca, a mediation language which usually flourish tanks to the contact between populations. Since neig[...]
I am currently a student at the University of Luxembourg, where I am doing a Master in Learning and Communication in Multilingual Context. I thoroughly enjoyed the three weeks of the study visit I d[...]
Scottish Gaelic or Gàidhlig is spoken in Scotland (Alba), mainly in the Highlands (a' Ghaidhealtachd) and in the Western Islands (Na h-Eileanan an Iar), but also in Glasgow (Glaschu), Edinburgh ([...]
There are games and there are narrations. And then there is the whole range of possible combinations among them, like for instance the interactive narrations, where the reader is a character who can[...]
The Danubio (Italian for Danube) is a typical Neapolitan dish, which can be either sweet or salty. It is a leavened pie, made of several buns of “pan brioche” stuffed in different ways. The simp[...]
We have already met conlangs some months ago on the occasion of a Video-Fix about Ithkuil, one of the most complex and intriguing constructed languages on the scene. Ontology has been also mentio[...]
Irish Gaelic or Gaeilge is a Celtic language, just like Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig), Manx Gaelic (Gaelg/Gailck), Welsh (Cymraeg), Breton (Brezhoneg) and Cornish (Kernewek).
Irish first began to appe[...]
The Shibboleth [/ˈʃɪbəˌlɛθ/] is “a word containing one or more sounds difficult to be pronounced from a non native speaker, through which is possible to recognize people, who do not [...]