Languages often capture nuances that are challenging to express in English. For example in Tagalog, also known as “Filipino”, there’s a word called “Gigil” that means the strong urge to squeeze something cute. Do you recognise this feeling?
Rotokas and English: Phonemic Contrasts
Rotokas, spoken in the mountains of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, boasts one of the world's…
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