Eurojargon – the evolving EU word battle

It is a well-known fact that English is becoming more and more the EU's lingua franca. However, some would argue that it has in...

In Her Own Terms – Patricia Brenes Interviews Rodolfo Maslias

Today's post has the pleasure to highlight an excellent terminology blog, 'In My Own Terms - terminology for beginners and beyond', by Spanish-American Patricia...

Languages of Spain

If you are going to Spain this summer, don't think that speaking Spanish will be enough! Depending on the region you visit, you will...

Do You Consider Yourself Culturally Aware?

We took a quiz from the Huffingtonpost, which measures how culturally aware you are. For you multilingual folks, this could be a test to...

Vote for TermCoord – Vote for European Terminology!

The Top 100 Language Lovers 2014 competition hosted by bab.la language portal and Lexiophiles language blog has started, and our language professional website “TermCoord”...

IATE term of the Week: European Neighbours’ Day

Last weekend was European Neighbours' Day, and since its launch in Paris in 2000, the festival continues to rise. In fact, the party is...

Are Scandinavian languages mutually understandable?

Written by Claus Skovbjerg, MA, stagiaire communicateur at TermCoord The languages spoken in Scandinavia are called North Germanic languages and include Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic,...

How Cyclists Speak

Here at TermCoord we always make an effort to find new interesting terminology. Several sports, in particular, seem to have developed their own terms,...

TermCoord in an Open Day for Europe

On the occasion of Europe Day, it was possible for the general public to visit the EU institutions in Strasbourg, Luxembourg and Brussels. On...

IATE Term of the Week: Exit poll

An election exit poll is a poll of voters taken immediately after they have exited the polling stations. Unlike an opinion poll, which asks...