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Native Language | Maps of the World's Language Families

Native Language | Maps of the World's Language Families

"Regional accents are a major part of what makes American English so interesting as a dialect. Joshua Katz, a Ph. D student in statistics at North Carolina State University, just published a group of awesome visualizations of Professor Bert Vouxs linguistic survey that looked at how Americans pronounce words."

22 Maps That Show How Americans Speak English Totally Differently From One Another

"Regional accents are a major part of what makes American English so interesting as a dialect. Joshua Katz, a Ph. D student in statistics at North Carolina State University, just published a group of awesome visualizations of Professor Bert Vouxs linguistic survey that looked at how Americans pronounce words."

Language Learning In The United States: An Interactive Map

Language Learning In The United States: An Interactive Map

Map of languages spoken in United States. Beautiful map :)

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Indo-European is a family of languages that first spread throughout Europe and many parts of South Asia, and later to every corner of the gl...

Indo-European is a family of languages that first spread throughout Europe and many parts of South Asia, and later to every corner of the gl...

LanguageCrawler on Twitter: "Where on Earth do they speak that language…

LanguageCrawler on Twitter: "Where on Earth do they speak that language…

Mapping the Bilingual Brain  I used the same method with my son Nicholas who now speaks 4 languages :)

Mapping the Bilingual Brain I used the same method with my son Nicholas who now speaks 4 languages :)

The Endangered Languages Project by Google, The Linguist List, University of Hawaii, Manoa and First Peoples' Cultural Council.

The Endangered Languages Project by Google, The Linguist List, University of Hawaii, Manoa and First Peoples' Cultural Council.

When parents use a language with their children that they don’t speak very well, but do so because of the language’s high economic status, they give their children a wrong example. The children will learn an incomplete version of the target language and may encounter serious problems in school. Sticking with the home language ends up being the more useful solution.

When parents use a language with their children that they don’t speak very well, but do so because of the language’s high economic status, they give their children a wrong example. The children will learn an incomplete version of the target language and may encounter serious problems in school. Sticking with the home language ends up being the more useful solution.

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