IMPORTANT INFORMATION – SCAM ALERT

27th juni 2023

We have been made aware that there have been several scam messages being sent across WhatsApp and Telegram where senders are acting as a Language M...

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Languagematters joining IamExpat fair 22nd April 2023

5th april 2023

Our Amsterdam team will be joining the IamExpat fair in Westergas, Amsterdam on 22nd April 2023. We are excited to be joining the Iam...

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Easter Competition 2023! 🐣

29th maart 2023

We are having our yearly Easter Competition across our London and Amsterdam office. Guess how many Easter eggs 🥚 are in the picture – and have t...

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Is this the most powerful word in the English language?

14th mei 2020

The word “The” might be the most commonly used word in the English vocabulary. However, we don’t really reflect on the purpose of the individual wo...

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Can you lose your native language?

5th mei 2020

Do you feel sometimes after been living abroad for a couple of years, that you are starting to struggle to find words in your native language and h...

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The amazing benefits of being bilingual

27th april 2020

The majority of the people around the world speak more than one language, suggesting the human brain evolved to work in multiple tongues. But ho...

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How do we measure language fluency?

24th april 2020

How can we measure if we are fluent in a language? It all depends on how you use your language skills: whether it is business or social manners var...

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Why you might be counting in the wrong language

23rd april 2020

The language we speak can have an influence on how we solve and think of numbers. Despite mathematics being a universal language, the way a child’s...

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The alphabets at risk of extinction

22nd april 2020

Endangered language are rich with cultural significance, but not from spoken word alone. Often overlooked, alphabets provide huge amounts of insigh...

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The impact of climate change on language loss

21st april 2020

There are approximately 7,000 languages spoken around the world. However, half of these languages could be extinct within this century. Many of the...

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