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Scottish Labour send up warning flares over modern language crash.

Should we be worried?

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Will Icelanders ever ditch their language for English?

An interesting read from Global Voices.

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Australia has started developing its first ever school curriculum for Indigenous languages.

It's a huge move for a language that Australia once tried to stamp out.

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Dr Ioanna Sitaridou investigates an endangered Greek dialect spoken in Turkey.

She describes the language as a "linguistic goldmine" due to its similarity to other 2000-year-old languages.

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We take a short look at the continued success of the #Irish #language.

While official figures are definitely skewed, Irish is booming.

An Irish Language Renaissance:

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Language Advocacy Day in America say language educators converge on Capitol Hill.

The group met to discuss why America lags behind the world in language education.

Click below to learn about their findings.

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A Press Association's study tipped languages as a key factor in Oxbridge admissions.

Amidst falling language skills, multilingualism is an easy way to stand out from the crowd.

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The Irish language is in the middle of a mini-revival.

In this week's blog we take a look at what's got people excited about Irish again.

Click here:

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Last month we wrote about the return of the Manx language.

If you missed it, catch up today.

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Another interesting article about words with no easy translation.

Our favourite is 'tsundoku' - something we do far too often!

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