Linguistics

Linguistics is the scientific study of language and its structure, including the study of morphology, syntax, phonetics, and semantics.

Linguistics
The World Atlas of Language Structures
History of the Word “Tea”
Linguistic Bots Explain Why Big Groups Produce Simple Grammar
Speaking Out: Mapping the World’s Dialects
Chart: The World’s Most Spoken Languages And Their Speakers
Languages Don’t All Have the Same Number of Terms for Colors – Scientists Have a New Theory Why

What Colors Mean In Other Cultures

Common Word Origins (Maps)
Queens Has Most Languages in World
How Linguists Are Pulling Apart Bering Strait Theory
Does Language Influence How I Think?
How Many Languages Are There? (Linguistic Society of America)
Languages in Contact (Linguistic Society of America)
Is English Changing? (Linguistic Society of America)
Linguistics in Everyday Life (Linguistic Society of America)
Necklace Contains All World’s Languages (Smithsonian Magazine)

23 Maps and Charts on Language
The Mystery of, Uh, Filled Pauses (Japan)
Theory of Universal Grammar (Noam Chomsky)
Where do they speak that language?
Your Language Shape[s] How You Think?
Emoticons and Symbols…
The Evolution of ‘Like’ (John McWhorter)
The World’s Most Musical Languages (John McWhorter)

Translators (John Oliver)
Invisible Language of Nursery (John McWhorter)
Leaving The Mother Tongue (Mental Floss)
Countries In Their Own Languages (Arika Okrent)
Those Incredible Interpreters
The 10 Oldest Languages Still Spoken
Bringing Up Babel (Robert Lane Greene)
Forgotten Languages: What Ancient Languages Sound Like
Word Magic: How Much Really Gets Lost in Translation?
Against All Odds: Archaic Greek…
What the World Will Speak in 2115 (John McWhorter)