Do you know what a hyperpolyglot is? It's someone that can speak six or more different languages. Montreal teenager, Georges Awaad, can speak 16 languages! If you want to try and become the next Georges Awaad (we wish you luck if you do), take a look at these 10 tips and tricks on how to learn any language.
Germans don't beat around the bush when it comes to animal names. A skunk is a "Stinktier" (stinky animal) and a sloth is a "Faultier" (lazy animal). But what animal do the Germans have in mind when they say "Nacktschnecke" (naked snail)?
You quote Shakespeare more often than you think! Every time you say “break the ice” or “full circe”, you’re in fact referencing the literary master. We shared more surprising examples with Red Magazine.
The 2017 World Happiness Report ranked Norway as the happiest country in the world! If this sparks your interest in the land of mountains and fjords, you might want to learn a few Norwegian words to express happiness before visiting.
You're in Rome and want to see everything from the Colosseum to the hidden alleyways of Trastevere, but the people in front of you are walking at the pace of snails! This local Roman expression might come in handy.
Whether you're American or not, we're willing to bet that some of these undeniably American expressions come up in your daily speech. Maybe you're even guilty of using one or two of them a little too often?