RobWords explained how the Old Norse language of the Vikings had a profound effect on the modern English language.
Linguist Olly Richards of Storylearning explained the complicated geographical origins of the modern English language.
Comedian Engages With an Adamant Version of Herself About the Inconsistency of English Language Vowels
Julie Nolke engaged in a conversation with another version of herself who was adamant about the inconsistency of the English language.
Sakhile Dube explained how the clicks and pops of the Zulu language work within the context of the English language.
Harrison Holt of The Generalist Papers offered a very brief but thorough animated explanation of the history of the English language.
Weird History recounts the long history of some of the most common catchphrases and idioms used in the English language.
Rob Watts of RobWords looks at the origins of highly descriptive collective nouns within the English language.
Why the Word Tomato Is Pronounced Differently By English Speakers Worldwide But the Word Potato Is Not
Gideon of LetThemTalkTV explains why British English and American English say the word "tomato" differently but not the word potato.
Gideon of LetThemTalkTV explains why British English and American English often use different words for exactly the same thing.
Otherwords host Dr. Erica Brozovsky looks at languages with single words that express certain feelings that don't exist in English.