Well, they're certainly inventive.
Being a main character sounds exhausting.
"There is an urgent need for a non-discriminatory and non-stigmatising name."
Who would've thought we'd be so into a word game?
“It’s always been like the thing that’s been missing.”
Research shows subtitles are more popular with young people. It's no surprise.
It is almond, or aa-mund?
Ritchie and his mates 'la!' at every opportunity – and queer groups still speak in code today.
It can be hard to stay motivated at the best of times – but especially so in lockdown. Here, language experts share their tips for keeping on with it.
Alberto Salas arrived in London from Mexico six months ago to work as a Spanish professor at Greenwich University. However, due to coronavirus, his classes were suspended. Stuck in the UK with nothing to do, he offered lessons on a social networking service, to see if his neighbours would be interested in learning. He soon received messages from locals in Lewisham and started teaching them via Skype for free.