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Video Fix: How Technology Influences Language?

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Have you ever noticed how much your language has changed throughout time? This happens not only because of age or environmental factors, but also...

Video Fix: Slang is more than debased language

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  Slang, or "short language", consists of a lexicon of non-standard, informal words and phrases which can refer to a precise social phenomenon, geographical location, and...

Video Fix: Noam Chomsky on Language’s Great Mysteries

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Like every field of science, linguistics, too has its conundrums. Big Think has asked Noam Chomsky, whose contributions to the field have earned him the...

Terminology in the Brain of the Machine

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Ensuring Consistency and Quality of Neural Machine Translation  The European Institutions count some 5000 translators spread over 10 Institutions and translating thousands of pages into...

Top 5 Articles of the Month – April 2019

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  Dear terminologists! Every month we offer you a selection of our most clicked articles and blog posts. This month we are recommending  these five...

Rich Points

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  Rich points are a common phenomenon in multilingual and multicultural environment. They are “those surprises, those departures from an outsider’s expectations that signal a...

Term of the Week: Lent

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Lent is en vogue. People abstain from alcohol, chocolate, or other specific food groups for a certain period of time. However, many of the...

Terminology Without Borders – What is new?

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This article is the first in a series of articles about the latest developments in our new collaborative project, Terminology Without Borders. It is...

VideoFix: Ithkuil for beginners

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        A constructed language (conlang) can be born for artistic purposes (like klingon and elfic), for political reasons (everybody knows esperanto and interlingua), but also...

VideoFix: How do babies become bilingual?

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Babies in bilingual and multilingual families can grow up to be fluent in two or more languages. But how do they do it? How...