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The Eurovision Song Contest

  • 11/05/2017
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The final of the biggest and longest running annual TV song contest returns to our screens this weekend. Initially called The Eurovision Grand Prix and first aired in 1956, Eurovision has been a part of European cultur....

Language Learning

  • 05/05/2017
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Learning another language is thought to have many benefits; through language you are free to learn about other cultures and other ways of life, as well as being able to impress those around you. Psychological studies h....

The Future of Languages

  • 20/04/2017
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Last week we wrote a blog on the creation of languages, how they were born and how the morphed into the modern languages we know today. But what happens when we look to the future in our rapidly changing language lands....

The Creation of Languages

  • 13/04/2017
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Communication is recognised throughout the animal kingdom, whether it be through sounds, movements, body language or even vocalisation and hand gestures in primates. But no form of communication comes close to human&rs....

Famous Linguists

  • 06/04/2017
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We’re currently on the hunt for community interpreters here at Vandu and history is littered with famous figures interested in linguistics. In this blog, we’ll name a few that we wouldn’t mind taking ....

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