The English language has no government, but sometimes, you’ll come across an odd ‘law’ that has been passed on from generation to generation, and most of us use them. Lexicographer, etymologist and broadcaster Susie Dent looks into these linguistic quirks. Video by Adrian Hartrick and Dominika Ozynska
People are learning Mandarin to access new job opportunities in Zambia.
A Mandarin speaking competition aims to boost pupils' language skills.