Drinking Idioms: Drink your way around Europe!

If you ever fancy a few drinks in Europe, these drinking idioms will come in handy Europeans definitely enjoy a drink or two, and they certainly have the vocabulary to talk about it! In the list below we have a number of drinking idioms which you can use on your next night out. English Three […]Read More

15 European Language Facts

European Languages are pretty interesting Languages are an awesome thing. They are not only the way to communicate between humans but such an interesting topic. You will always have something new to learn and they’ll never fail to surprise you. Of course, in a continent with such a huge variety of languages as Europe, there […]Read More

13 Untranslatable European Words

European Languages has its fair share of untranslatable words Do you remember our 15 European Language Facts article? Fact #7 was the Georgian untranslatable word; shemomedjamo. Here are 13 words from different European languages that just like shemomedjamo can’t be translated into English. 1. Utepils (Norwegian) Who doesn’t like to drink a beer outside? Norwegians love this activity so much […]Read More

Who Speaks the Most Languages in the World?

In polyglot heaven, the language-to-person ratio isn’t necessarily a symmetrical one. Ok, no idea what that means, but the truth is while there are so many languages spoken in the world, research shows that only half of the world is bilingual. So if you’re wondering how to be someone who speaks the most languages, you’ll […]Read More

List: 24 of the Weirdest European Idiomatic Expressions

Idiomatic Expressions: Languages can be tricky sometimes… Idioms can be confusing for language learnings as their direct translations can have little meaning to anyone who’s not a native. They are defined as  “expressions whose meaning cannot be predicted from the meaning of its individual parts“. They’re also pretty funny as they often seem very nonsensical, […]Read More

6 Most Common Mistakes made by English Learners

The Most Common Mistakes in English Non-native English speakers have it tough. The English language lacks consistent rules and has a structure like none other. Often, there are phrases that exist structurally in many other languages, and that non-natives transfer into English. But these most common mistakes in English, that non-native speakers use time and […]Read More

Funny Polish words and expressions

Today we are going to share funny Polish words and expressions which you should be familiar with if you are thinking of making your next career move over there! Below are the expressions that sound a little bit off when directly translated to English. Take a look, some of them will definitely make you laugh!   […]Read More

Quiz: What Language Should I Learn Next?

If you ever find yourself wondering “What language should I learn next?” This quiz is perfect for you! Are you a language enthusiast? Knowing more than 1 language is always useful, whether it’s for social reasons, work reasons, or even for love!! Deciding what to learn next can be tricky, as you’ll need to commit […]Read More

Most Popular Dutch Slang Words

Dutch is a very difficult language to learn, especially because of all the difficult slang words that locals are using. Europe Language Café created you a guide of most popular Dutch slang words so whenever you go to The Netherlands you can sound like the locals do! 1. Doe even normaal Translation: Just do normal […]Read More