The use of words and therefore their meaning might change over time. In this example the respective word is misogyny which describes hatred against women. Continue reading How Misogyny got a new Definition in Australia
In this post Delfin explains why language and not technology still is humanity’s greatest tool. He also shares four essential tips for language learning. Continue reading Humanity’s Greatest Tool is Language – 4 Key Tips for Language Learning
In this first episode of Twitionary Jason Levine aka Fluency MC and Mau Buchler aka Tripppin join Kay Alexander to find the correct definition of new words. Continue reading Twitionary Episode 1 – Twipocrite, Sarchasm, Floordrobe, Texticle and winkling
If we talk about endangered languages we usually think of indigenous languages that are spoken by only a small group of people. Therefore the study titled “Europe’s Languages in the Digital Age” by META-NET was a bit of a surprise to many, myself included.
It seems as if most European languages face “digital extinction” in the years to come. And that does not only include languages like Latvian, Lithuanian or Maltese but also German, Dutch, French, Italian and Spanish!
Spain’s addiction to film dubbing is responsible for the lack of proficiency in foreign languages, proving that excuses abound as much as teaching methods. Continue reading Is Film Dubbing Responsible for Lack of Language Learning?
Accent discrimination is still a common thing in the workplace. So how to deal with it? Universities are offering accent training for assistant teachers. Continue reading How to Deal with Accent Discrimination
Aaron Myers wants to turn learners and teachers into language learning evangelists, who share share their personal learning stories to motivate others. Continue reading Become A Language Learning Evangelist
In this part of the mini series about how to apply for a job in Germany Fair Languages Guide Kirsten explains how the application picture needs to look like. Continue reading How to Apply for a Job in Germany – The Application Picture
In the second part of the mini series about how to apply for a job in Germany Kirsten explains how a cover needs to be written. Continue reading How to Apply for a Job in Germany – The Cover