Exactly, this is age of information and informational technology. We all know that the process of globalization and technological developments have impacted our education system, and the youngsters the most.
By Michał B.Paradowski Institute of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw Photo Credit: Anthony Kelley To have another language is to possess a (RT @MultiLingLiving: "The Benefits of Multilingualism"
It seems that everywhere you go these days, you hear people speaking English: you can find English words in almost every language, some of the biggest movies and TV shows out there are in English, you can walk down the street of practically every...
What am I, linguistically? I've taken to calling myself a "monolingual with benefits," but I might begin calling myself "postmonolingual." This provocative term ties together a bunch of language phenomena which don't, at first glance, seem connected.
Language diversity around the world DESPITE the idea that English is spoken in America, Chinese in China, and Russian in Russia, most of the world is far more diverse than the presence of big national languages suggests.
Sheikha Al Mayassa, a patron of artists, storytellers and filmmakers in Qatar, talks about how art and culture create a country's identity -- and allow every country to share its unique identity with the wider world.