Swiss German is not really a coded language but a dialect of German. These are some of our tips on you can get started to learn Swiss-German—the easy way!
Have you ever heard of the term ‘languages of lesser diffusion’? It is generally used to refer to languages that have a relatively small number of native speakers and are rarely learned by non-native speakers, as well as endangered or vulnerable languages, of which there are approximately 2580 worldwide.
Learning an additional language has many benefits, be it in your mental health, lifestyle, or professional life. Many successful people seem to have recognized the advantages of being multilingual and were dedicated to getting the chance to put those advantages to use.
There are more than 140 signed languages used around the globe. These highly complex and extensive means of communication utilize expressions, movements, and gestures.
Whatever the reason that you decided to learn another language, learning does not have to be tedious and painful. Games are the ideal way to both learn and enjoy the process.
As translators, our language skills are our main tool. Ideally, we become more proficient in all our languages, including our mother tongue, throughout our lifetime, but that is not necessarily the case. Just as our computers and CAT tools need updating, so do our linguistic skills.