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Which EU countries teach most of their students a second language?
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.
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European students 'learning more languages than their US counterparts'
European students are learning more languages than their American counterparts, according to a new study.
‘World’s largest Arabic lesson’ held in Israel after nation-state law
The event sought to offer a “creative way instead of a violent way” of responding to the controversial law, which declared Hebrew the language of the state and gave Arabic a “special status”.
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Less than half of English teens learn a foreign language
Less than half of English pupils choose to learn a modern foreign language at school, a new report has found.
All the Russian football phrases you need to know for the World Cup
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Macron's faux pas after calling Australian leader's wife 'delicious'
French President Emmanuel Macron made a gaffe when he was talking about the wife of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
‘Critical period’ for learning new language, says study
The “critical period” for learning a new language is much longer than scientists had previously thought, according to a new study.
German student invents own language
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.
Learn Klingon: Duolingo launches course on Star Trek language
Euronews speaks with the men behind a new Klingon language course.
'Archaic' definitions of the word 'feminine' not confined to English
'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?
Which European languages are endangered?
Discover how many languages are endangered — or dead — in Europe, as UNESCO reveals its latest findings.
Is Trump's language on migrants changing our political discourse?
Widely condemned by many for "dehumanising" migrants, the US president is walking along a well-trodded path, says sociologist Ulrike Vieten.
Which language is the hardest for English speakers to learn?
Euronews journalists try their hand at pronouncing Hungarian words - one of the most difficult languages to learn if you're a native English speaker.
France steps back from gender-neutral language
Édouard Philippe’s move follows complaints that a drive for equality is putting the French language in ‘mortal danger’.
No insults on syllabus as Swiss school starts Klingon classes
Fans have developed the fictional 'Star Trek' language since the 1960s into a coherent syntax-based means of communication between Klingon-speakers.
Irish PM vows to improve French before Ireland 'officially' joins Francophonie
Varadkar earned a "bravo" from Macron for speaking in French
Juncker turns to beer in bid to get Britain to cough up for Brexit
He used a boozy analogy to make his case over the UK's EU divorce bill.
Is Europe really falling out of love with English?
Jean-Claude Juncker claimed English was losing its importance in Europe - did he have a point?