You might think it takes vast governmental resources to launch an extraterrestrial communication effort. Nope
A dose of caution with the results of an intriguing new study
From Maori emojis to First Nations languages
Scholars are still working on the letter "N"
Smithsonian linguist Ives Goddard finds that the Native Americans of central Massachusetts spoke five languages instead of one
Woihanble.com could help preserve a threatened language
Little accent, big debate
Jack may have been climbing that beanstalk for more than 5,000 years
The unique signs used by people in Philadelphia hint at the history of sign language in the U.S.
As online gaming is so popular in China, it’s changing the way people talk.
They've been on the cutting edge of the English language since at least the 1500s
The new service, part of IBM's Watson artificial intelligence system, scans emails for emotions like cheerfulness or negativity
Today, three billion people speak Indo-European langauges
Beyond the glitz of tourism, St. Barts natives speak in unique varieties of French
OK is an editorial joke run wild
You asked, we answered
While captive in a Navy program, a beluga whale named Noc began to mimic human speech. What was behind his attempt to talk to us?
Languages spoken in North America and Siberia are distantly related. What does that tell us about the first Americans?
Forensic linguistics can use powerful programs to track written text back to its author
What makes this utterance the “universal word”?
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