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Is Your Notion of Time and Space Influenced by the Language you Speak?

Language: An experience that influences time and space notions

Developed by the linguist Edward Sapir in 1929, the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis states that the structure of a language determines the perception and interpretation each native speaker has of every experience they go through.

This theory, which created controversy, sustains that speakers of different languages perceive the world in different ways. And, in fact, subsequent researches have added evidence supporting such a hypothesis. How does that influence our time and space perception?

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The Unique Way Multilingualism Shapes Our Brain

The Unique Way Multilingualism Shapes Our Brain

Multilingualism enhances our empathy, opens up better job prospects, and allows us to make more precise decisions. These advantages, among others, are closely linked to how the acquisition of two or more languages influences the structure of our brain.

What sets the brains of bilingual and multilingual individuals apart from those of monolinguals?

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CASE STUDY: Translation of 300+ online courses for Kiehl’s Academy


Client: Kiehl’s
Service: Translation of online courses
Format: eLearning
Subject Matter: In-house training content
Volume: 300+ courses into 11 languages

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The key role of multilingualism in an increasingly interconnected world

How to make the most of the benefits of an interconnected world?

Although the benefits of learning languages have always been undeniable, this is particularly clear in these times of unprecedented global interaction.

These days, multilingualism not only brings people closer to better educational, occupational and professional opportunities, but it also makes them more empathetic, helps them make better decisions and gives them confidence.

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