Phrase of the Day: Father

shutterstock_362504621-546x350 Learning a new word or phrase every day is a great way to build your vocabulary step by step. That’s why we share words and phrases in several languages so that you can learn continuously. Whether you’re learning French, German, … Continue reading

Phrase of the Day: to travel

may_546x350_people_traveling Learning a new phrase every day is a great way to build your vocabulary step by step. That’s why we share phrases in several languages so that you can learn continuously. Whether you’re learning French, German, or Greek, you’ll find these … Continue reading

Phrase of the Day: Mother

may_546x350_mother Learning a new phrase every day is a great way to build your vocabulary step by step. Whether you’re learning French, German, or Greek, you’ll find these phrases useful. Mother’s Day is May 14th; here’s the word “mother” in many of … Continue reading

Phrase of the Day: Language

mar-546x350-language Learning a new phrase every day is a great way to build your vocabulary step by step. What more obvious phrase to learn in another language than… “language”? Language Phrase [Transliteration] Arabic لُغة [lughah] Mandarin Chinese 语言 [yǚyán] Dutch taal French … Continue reading

The Most Widely Spoken Languages and Other Language Facts

LivLangSpeehBubble What language is most widely spoken in the world? That depends on how you define “language” and who you count. The infographic below is from Rick Noack’s 2015 Washington Post article “The Future of Language” based on data from a 15-year-long study conducted … Continue reading

The Love Round-Up: How To Say I Love You In Any Language

feb-546x350-love Valentine’s Day is just a week away, and what is more romantic than expressing your love in a foreign language? Here’s how to say “I Love You” in 23 languages. (Click on the image below to see the full-sized version.) How … Continue reading

Celebrate International Day for Tolerance – Together!

546x350_08 In 1995, UNESCO introduced the International Day for Tolerance as a reminder of the dangers of intolerance. It was originally introduced on what would have been Mahatma Gandhi’s 125th birthday. Here at Living Language, we believe that learning culture is … Continue reading