The World's Gerry Hadden has lived in Catalonia for eight years. He speaks English, Spanish, French and German. But not Catalan. His kids speak it, his neighbors speak it, FC Barcelona speak it. Gerry doesn't speak Catalan because he doesn't need to.
Is the BBC's huge well of public trust in danger of drying up? A veteran news anchor says its managers must stop speaking the 'gobbledygook' of bureaucratic jargon and start properly overseeing its output.
Hengeilivable! Nonsensical English words and phrases are all the rage among young Chinese.
We're heading north for the Geo Quiz this time. Way north, to one of the globe's northernmost inhabited settlements.
New English language proficiency test for would-be immigrants in the UK challenged in court case.