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Emoji’s popularity ‘shows English is evolving at an amazing rate’

The heart emoji was the most popular 'word' of 2014.

A fascinating study has discovered the most popular words of last year - and demonstrated at the same time just…

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New map highlights best languages for spreading ideas

New map highlights best languages for spreading ideas (Photo: Thinkstock)

A fascinating new study has resulted in the creation of an interactive map that highlights the best languages to use…

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How our brains never forget ‘lost’ heritage languages

How our brains never forget 'lost' heritage languages

Scientists and psychologists are regularly making fascinating new discoveries about languages and an especially interesting one recently focused on 'lost'…

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Do you need to be bilingual to get a message to your team?

Do you need to be bilingual to get a message to your team?

Jonny Wilkinson might already have been a celebrated rugby star, but he won himself a new army of fans in…

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Bilingualism aids student development

We already know that bilingualism is very good for people, as it makes them better decision makers, improves their cognitive…

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IFRS Foundation launches French and Japanese translations

The IFRS Foundation has translated some of its documents into both French and Japanese.  A French version of the 2014…

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Mark Zuckerberg: A 21st century CEO

Mark Zuckerberg: A 21st century CEO

Mark Zuckerberg has never been your average CEO. He became a billionaire at the age of 23, wears the same…

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Translation: Why the human touch will always be needed

Translation: Why the human touch will always be needed

Businesses that think translation can be fully automated are being extremely shortsighted. While there have been moves in recent months…

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Culinary blunder leads to new translation APPortunity

Culinary blunder leads to new translation APPortunity

As the old proverb goes, necessity is the mother of invention. Although this is usually attributed to Greek philosopher Plato,…

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How bilingualism can aid your decision making

How bilingualism can aid your decision making

Being able to speak more than one language offers you a number of benefits. It can make you more employable,…

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