Around the web – March 2021

The month of March is chock-a-block with special days: the Ides of MarchInternational Francophonie Day, St Patrick’s Day, St David’s Day, the vernal/autumnal equinox, Pi Day, and this year the Hindu festival of Holi also fell in March. Anyway here are some more of this month’s articles and stories about language and translation.

March 14 is a day when people like to indulge in pie

Do you know what a “propaganda-condom” is?

Women use emojis more than men and generally understand their meanings better, researchers say. (Illustration: Max Benwell)

      • Lastly, another news story that dominated the last week of March was the supertanker stuck in the Suez Canal. Here’s a look at what the “Suez Canal” is called in various European and Middle Eastern languages

 

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  1. Pingback: Around the web – April 2021 | A Smart Translator's Reunion

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