The Turkic Languages: What Are Their Similarities and Differences?

The Turkic language family, a part of the Altaic language family, consists of 23 different languages, spoken by close to 200 million people, throughout Eastern Europe, Southern Europe, as well as many Asian regions. The earliest written example of the Turkic language...

Romanian and Moldovan – Twins, Sisters, or Cousins?

by Phoebe Harrison The existence, transformation, and use of language is often a good way to look at the socio-political background of any country or region. This is particularly true when we look to Eastern Europe, where (especially since the dissolution of the...

Multilingualism and Employment – Jobs Ideal for Polyglots

By Phoebe Harrison Though everyone has a different reason for learning another language, many people choose to do so for job purposes. This is not unsensible, as it is a universally acknowledged truth that having more than one language under the belt makes any CV ten...
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