Some words just can’t be translated into another language. Michael Wood, one of the editors of the “Dictionary of Untranslatables,” says that’s just not true — you can translate anything. But even “untranslatable” itself is a word with many meanings.
Read more: http://tinyurl.com/k7vwbto
Τemple University professor, Aneta Pavlenko, has written a ground-breaking book, The Bilingual Mind, on the intriguing relationship between language and thought in bi- and multilinguals. She is herself a speaker of many languages and has researched this topic for much of her career. For more information about her interview, click here http://tinyurl.com/mjyxvsl
Source: Psychology Today