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We here at Silly Linguistics love languages and love talking about them. We decided there needed to be a place writers that love languages can share their stories with the world. So we created the Silly Linguistics Magazine.

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Issue #16 – September 2019

S is for Submit
By Chris Davy

Featured Topic: Languages of the British and Irish Islands

Revitalization of Welsh – An Overview
By Elena Sheard

Hen Iaith Fy Nhadau: Welsh’s Relevance Today
By Fflur Jones

How are P-Celtic & Q-Celtic connected? An answer from Scotland
By Charles Wilson

Why Scottish Gaelic Appeals to Me
By Olga Georgousi

Craic’s Not Whack
By Al J. Kupetz

Hou’s Yer Dous? A Quick History of Scots
By Sofia Bragaglia

How to Talk Like a Viking
By Holly Gustafson

The Multitudinous Peeves of a Professional Translator: Part 2
By Apio Frito

Dude, what is my gender, man?
By Stefano Nunes

To *E or not to *E: Gender Neutrality in Spanish and German
By Victoria Martinez Mutri

What do French People think about Romania?
By Valtentin Pradelou

How Slovene Changed My Perspective on Serbian
By Dina Stanković

Language and Culture
By Gil Cohen

Languages of Old in Music of Today
By Paula Zamorano Osorio

Late Talkers
By Camille Masson

Language as a Link Between Rugby and DNA
By Emma Tolmie

Book Review: Because Internet
By Ed Bedford

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Issue #15 – August 2019

Staying Sharp The Multilingual Way:
By Gabrielle Désaulniers

Dialect or language? Age-old question, but with an overlooked angle
By Charles Wilson

What’s The Deal With Voynich?
By Simone Villano

The Dragon Empire – The Basis of Cyrodiilic
By Diana Vereris

Learning Russian, Part 2
By Gil Cohen

S is for…Silent M: Mnemonics
By Chris Davy

The Multitudinous Peeves of a Professional Translator – Part 1
By Apio Frito

Banana Peels to Trip up the Translator
By Paulo Rónai Translated by Tom Moore

Issue #14 – July 2019

Just Write: How I learned to stop worrying and love writing
By Rolf Weimar

Top Language Learning Tips
By Jé-nae Freel

Loneliness of a Polyglot
By Stefano Nunes

Learning Russian, Part 1
By Gil Cohen

Expressive language in infants and how to stimulate their progress
By Camille Masson

Thieves’ Cant…Or can they?
By Simone Villano

Mobilian Jargon: A North American Pidgin
By Elena Sheard

Madness of the Reach
By Diana Vereris

S is for…See
By Chris Davy

Greek for Chinese to Read
By Paulo Ronai Translated by Tom Moore

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