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How to explain linguistics to your friends and family this holiday season (revised & updated!) t.co/cZvyXrIDtb

Linguistics Christmas Jokes:

What do you put on top of an ungrammatical Linguistmas tree?
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The German word "wichtig" ("important") is related to the English word "weighty" t.co/UULvgQ9DYT

Taking a travelling taxidermic museum to remote indigenous communities to ask about animal names t.co/wW2pQBQZnJ

LanguageGuesser - Discover languages, discover music! - A game where you guess languages from music videos t.co/jpzHSATjPy

Bonus #22 @lingthusiasm - Q&A about old words, ears, Australian English & more (with optional video version!) t.co/imN0jOp4Al

Transcript for @lingthusiasm Episode 26: Why do C and G come in hard and soft versions? Palatalization t.co/DMns73NoD0

We can’t afford to ignore diversity in linguistic research: Kensy’s wager (via @superlinguo) t.co/F4izle1i2u

Linguistics Jobs: Interview with an Agency Owner & Executive Editor on @superlinguo t.co/9Bf4vZNB7t

Why do Greek, Czech & Swedish have more online resources than other languages with a couple million speakers? t.co/rEPk5Qjya8

The Small Island Where 500 People Speak Nine Different Languages - @MichaelErard on @RuthJSinger's research t.co/pmORKfOA7w

Essentials of Linguistics, an Open Access intro linguistics textbook by @candersHamilton t.co/1S6ViMEunh

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