foreign languages Tag

Onomatopeias sound like words they are describing like meow, crash, bam, etc. in English. When onomatopoeias are translated, sometimes the words aren’t mimicked the same  way. In English, when we say splat, French say plouf. Here’s a couple of onomatopoeias from languages around the world: Gunshot In...

With Christmas in just a few days, impress someone you know and love by learning how to say “Merry Christmas” in a foreign language. Here are a few examples:   Dutch: Vrolijk Keerstfeest French: Joyeux Noël German: Frohe Weihnachten Hawaiian: Mele Kalikimaka Italian: Buon Natale Japanese: Meri Kurisumasu Spanish: Feliz Navidad Norwegian: Gledelig Jul Tagalog:...

There are some languages that are predominantly used in business throughout the world. Companies today work on global platforms, so communication is extremely important for expansion and retaining international markets. Here are the top five languages used in business today and why: English English is currently...

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