Published every two months, it has had such diverse feature articles as:
Are You Wasting Your Money on Language Classes? Chatting in Languages Online Why English Is Different Than Any Other Language Why Do People Learn Languages? The Ultimate Fate of Language Learning Coming Home to Faroese - The Why and How of Learning a Small Language Religion in Culture Constructed Languages - Making It All Up Rohonc Codex, Linear A & B, the Rosetta Stone, the Voynich Manuscript Speaking with Aliens When Languages Meet and Conflict
As well as standard columns dealing with:
Language artefacts Linguist and author biographies Film and book reviews Languages in peril Celebrations from around the world Etymologies of foods "Where are you?" monthly contest
1. Letter From The Editor - Saying Without Meaning
Languages are for talking, and people love to talk. Some are so good at it that they can talk endlessly without actually giving you information.
2. Book Look - Bad Words Dictionary
A review of Voy Sobon's book "Bad Words Dictionary and even worse expressions".
3. At A Glance
Quick look at various language websites and resources
4. Where Are You?
Guess the city and country from the article and picture.
5. Basic Guide to Welsh
Welsh is Celtic languages, spoken natively in Wales by over 3 million residents. Here are some basic words and phrases in Welsh for a simple introduction to it.
1. Introducing Southeast Asia in Taiwan
When people from several cultures come together, they really need a place to learn about each other. Teddy Nee writes about SEAMi, the first Southeast Asian-themed bookstore in Taiwan, which is uniting the community.
2. At the Cinema - Around the World in 80 Days
Traveing the world is a grand adventure, something we can thoroughly enjoy. The same cannot be said of Disney's adaptation of Jules Verne's novel "Around the World in 80 Days".