One theory scientists have is that the languages you speak affect how you perceive the world.
Typing may be influencing how you perceive different words.
Out of all the European languages, English takes the longest to learn how to read.
In 2004, a team of scientists from Indiana University, proved how necessary a parrot's tongue was in its ability to talk like humans.
It only takes five generations of learners for a pantomime to become a stable sign.
Understanding language's meaning requires coordination between the left and right parts of the brain.
The more exposed to various odors a society is, the more vocabulary it dedicates to naming and describing smells.
Just because you can't understand their baby talk doesn't mean babies can't understand you.
New studies use Facebook data to reveal links between word usage and personality.
Sounds like 'baba' and 'dada' are common to hear from a six-month old. This is the genesis of sophisticated human speech.