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Disney Princesses in their Native Languages

Disney Princesses in their Native Languages

Disney princesses (and extras) in their native languages in chronological order Language: Zulu Location: African savanna Period: unspecified Language: Greek Location: Thebes, Greece Period: c. 14th century BC Language: Tahitian Location: Polynesian triangle Period: c. 500 BC Language: Māori Location: Read more…


Whit’s Scots Language?

Whit’s Scots Language?

Scotland has three indigenous languages English, Gaelic an Scots Noo we aa ken whit English an Gaelic are, but whit is Scots? Well fir centuries it wis the language o kings, o makars, o court an cooncil documents It wis Read more…


Gaeilge: interview in Irish about learning the language, with a native speaker (subtitled)

Gaeilge: interview in Irish about learning the language, with a native speaker (subtitled)

Benny Lewis is saying that anyone can learn any language to fluency in three months. We invited him a while back to join us in an interview on the programme and he said‥ Give me three months! After just two Read more…


The Scots Language (or Dialect?!)

The Scots Language (or Dialect?!)

Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Langfocus channel, and my name is Paul today’s topic is the Scots Language Scots is a language spoken in Scotland; one of the constituent countries of the United Kingdom. Right off the bat It’s important Read more…


This is The Hardest Language In The World

This is The Hardest Language In The World

Language acquisition can be great fun, opening many doors with joy and laughter at every step. Or it can be like beating your head against the wall. How one language is more difficult than another, depends greatly on your first Read more…


The Celtic Languages

The Celtic Languages

Follow Langfocus on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Hello everyone, welcome to the Langfocus channel and my name is Paul. Today’s topic is the Celtic languages. Celtic languages are today spoken mainly in the British Isles where they’ve existed alongside English Read more…