How to say HAPPY NEW YEAR wherever you are in

If you’re travelling in Europe this New Year, be sure to find out how to wish a Happy New Year to the locals! It is a holiday celebrated everywhere, and in some cases more important than Christmas Day, so it is sure to be appreciated. We’ve organised them by European regions, and then alphabetically, to […]Read More

14 Gifts for Language Lovers

If you have a loved one (or secret santa) who loves languages, you might be stuck on what to buy them. Here’s a list of gifts for language lovers to inspire your Christmas shopping. This article includes affiliate links 1. Languages T-shirt A t-shirt that can be useful in a number of countries. 2. French […]Read More

67 Xmas Greetings in 50 Languages: How to say Merry

If you’re travelling in Europe this Christmas, be sure to find out how to say Merry Christmas greetings to the locals! It is a holiday celebrated almost everywhere, so it is sure to be appreciated. We’ve organised them by European regions, and then alphabetically, to make them easy for you to find! Western Europe (7 […]Read More

8 Tips to Enhance Language Learning Using Technology (2020)

Here you will read about EIGHT great tips on how to effectively use the internet and technology when learning a foreign language, based on my experience. Most of you will agree that sometimes it can be REALLY hard to use basic traditional methods (dictionary, attending courses, etc.) during language learning without technology. Luckily, nowadays technology […]Read More

Language Perks You Only Get from Learning Latin

It’s no secret Latin has surged in popularity in recent years. And as many students are discovering, the rewards for learning Latin online are rich and varied. Now, there are generic benefits to learning any second language. Aside from refining memorization techniques, learning a new language can strengthen logical processing or sequencing skills. This is […]Read More

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

Quiz: Irish Name Pronunciation

To most English speakers, Irish name pronunciation seems completely nonsensical. That’s probably because they’re largely of Gaelic origin. For most Irish people however, they’re a part of everyday life – they can’t be phased by some funny spelling! Test your Irish-ness with this quiz about Irish name pronunciation! If you’re interested in learning more about […]Read More

Fun Facts about French

One of the greatest Romance languages on Earth. French has certainly captivated the entire planet. From its countless depictions in film and literature, to it being the only language besides English that is currently taught in all countries. Today, we want to share with you some fun facts about French language. Far from being a […]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