Iraqi students from the University of Mosul are on a mission to share English content with their peers in Arabic.
L'Academie Francaise said it is 'seriously concerned' at mixing French with English — a common phenomenon in an age of social media and global marketing.
EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker has sparked demands for an apology in Belgium after claims he made to local media about observing a decrease in linguistic tolerance in towns on the country's coastline.
The tiny fishing village of Kumzar lies in the northern tip of Oman at the strategic trade artery called the Strait of Hormuz, and as a result, has developed an uncommon identity.
UAE-based researchers are exploring how switching between languages affects the body and brain.
Judges overturn earlier ruling that banned parents from officially naming their child Fañch.
A new report says France has the lowest level of English proficiency of any European Union country, while Swedes were ranked the best internationally.
An Italian publishing house is using street graffiti in a bid to save lesser-used words from extinction and help bring them into popular discourse.
On the European Day of Languages, a new report has found just eleven EU countries are teaching 90% or more of their students in lower secondary education a second language.
What a piece of seafood tells us about the EU's shared identity.
Less than half of English pupils choose to learn a modern foreign language at school, a new report has found.
French President Emmanuel Macron made a gaffe when he was talking about the wife of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
The “critical period” for learning a new language is much longer than scientists had previously thought, according to a new study.
From Klingon to Dothraki, invented languages have gained popularity in recent years. One German student has created his own language called Garadálava — and he tells Euronews how it’s done.
Euronews speaks with the men behind a new Klingon language course.
'Delicacy and prettiness' are both used in the English definition of the word 'feminine,' whereas in Russian 'readiness for a sacrifice' is employed. How do other Euronews languages define femininity?