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Posted on 1 septembre 2021 In News
Lila Gleitman’s research illuminated the way children learn to speak. Read more
Posted on 1 août 2021 In News
But they and interpreters rarely get their due. Read more
Posted on 1 juillet 2021 In News
As long as people joke, swear and use irony, computers will never take the place of translators. Read more
Posted on 16 juin 2021 In News
They slice up the messy reality of life differently from your own. Read more
Posted on 7 juin 2021 In News
The Walloon government will mobilise €10 billion to boost the economy, one of the key measures of which will be to promote the learning of [...]
Posted on 10 mai 2021 In News
If you want an obituary in the New York Times, there is one sure-fire way: coin a famous word. People have found their way into [...]
Posted on 31 mars 2021 In News
If you frequently Google language-related questions, whether out of interest or need, you’ve probably seen an advertisement for Grammarly, an automated grammar-checker. In ubiquitous YouTube [...]
Posted on 1 mars 2021 In News
It can be hard sometimes, when speaking, to remember all of the grammatical rules that guide us when we're writing. When is it right to [...]
Posted on 1 février 2021 In News
Language is endlessly variable. Each of us can come up with an infinite number of sentences in our native language, and we're able to do [...]
Posted on 4 janvier 2021 In News
Backed by research and personal anecdotes, Spanish professor Anna Babel reveals the intricate relationship between language and culture, showing how social categories and underlying biases [...]