The weirdest languages
corplinguistics.wordpress.com
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Hindi is not weird.

20/04/2019
What the earliest fragments of English reveal
www.bbc.com
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Looks like a fascinating exhibition at the British Library.

22/01/2019
The 10 personality traits that English cannot name
www.bbc.com
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but other languages can.

17/11/2018
Linguistics for Language Learners: What is the IPA?
www.languagebasecamp.com

The International Phonetic Alphabet for beginners.

26/09/2018
Yes-no questions in in Chinese
languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu

对 or 不?

12/02/2017
Cipher War - Decoding the Indus Script
www.theverge.com
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An archeological and linguistic enigma.

How brothers became buddies and bros
blog.oup.com

Changing words.

12/10/2016
The International Phonetic Alphabet
chronicle.com

More about this great construct.

06/08/2016
11 Fun Facts About the International Phonetic Alphabet
mentalfloss.com
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Nifty though incomplete.

06/08/2016
The World's Most Efficient Languages
www.theatlantic.com
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Something a bit different!

30/06/2016
Non-standard English on the Islands of the South Atlantic
www.languagesoftheworld.info
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Falklands, St Helena, Tristan da Cunha

20/11/2015
Languages Are Products of Their Environments
blogs.discovermagazine.com

Fewer consonants in the jungle.

07/11/2015
Are the Indo-Europeans untraceable?
www.languagesoftheworld.info
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Maybe not.

27/10/2015
Where do languages go to die?
www.theatlantic.com
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Decline of a Lingua Franca: The Story of Aramaic

On “Passive Aggressive” and Other Wrong-Headed Advice of Strunk & White’s Style Manual
www.languagesoftheworld.info
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Asya Pereltsvaig @LangsOfTheWorld has a good rant.

12/09/2015
Tartessian, Europe’s newest and oldest Celtic language
www.historyireland.com
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Further down the Atlantic coast...

Gagauz, the Turkic-Speaking Minority of Moldova
languagesoftheworld.info
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@LangsoftheWorld reports.

European Day of Languages: Tongue twisters
edl.ecml.at
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Combien de sous sont ces saucissons-ci? Ces saucissons-ci sont six sous.

25/09/2014
Who Can Save Ayapaneco?
stories.schwa-fire.com

Probably not Vodaphone.

17/09/2014
All Thi"Quoth" the raven? The heartwarming tale of a defective verb
allthingslinguistic.com
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*Not* related to "quote".

28/01/2014
What Do Y'All, Yinz, and Yix Call Stretchy Office Supplies?
www.newyorker.com
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The New Yorker spoofs the dialect quiz.

06/01/2014
How Y’all, Youse and You Guys Talk
www.nytimes.com
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Strangely I appear to be from somewhere near the Gulf Coast.

22/12/2013
Europe etymology maps 1
imgur.com
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Bear. Church. Beer. Rose. Pineapple. Apple. Tea. Cucumber. Orange.

04/11/2013
Arabic in the Sky
www.saudiaramcoworld.com

How the Arabic names for stars came to be used by us.

The Essential Map of Europe and Environs.
www.feorag.com
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@feorag looks at words for "beer".

10/07/2013
22 Maps That Show The Deepest Linguistic Conflicts In America
www.businessinsider.com
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Do *you* pronounce "Mary", "marry" and "merry" differently? (I do!)

06/06/2013
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