Translating the Untranslatable

No matter how fluent the translator, some concepts or words are always going to be difficult or even almost impossible to translate directly between languages. Because of the way languages develop, some concepts can only be clearly expressed by either an awkward...

Endangered Languages: An Introduction

A language is considered ‘dead’ when it has no fluent native speakers remaining, and extinct when no complete records of it remain. Languages have died off or changed beyond recognition throughout history, but in the past 200 years this process has rapidly...

A History of the Danish Language

Danish is one of the many Germanic languages of the Indo-European language family, a descendant of Old Norse and one of the (more or less) mutually intelligible languages of Scandinavia. Although only spoken in Denmark, the Faroe Islands and parts of Iceland and...

An Introduction to Esperanto

International languages One of the great utopian dreams of the 1800s and early 1900s was that of a single unified language, one which would reduce international conflict and facilitate shared trade and understanding among all the peoples of the world. It was an idea...

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