Omniglotcom RelatedTravel Tip #15: learn some lingo‘Hello/goodbye’, ‘please/thank you’ and ‘three beers please’ is the minimum you should have in your foreign vocabulary bag.Chinese airport riots and why caution kills: Alistair Hann InterviewedAlistair Hann, Skyscanner CTO on riots in Chinese airports, Android v iOS, and the next big thing in travel tech10 Teachings of a Technomad10 Teachings of a Technomad To coincide with this week’s travel tip (Learn some lingo) – we present Omniglot – a guide to the world’s languages.Don’t be fooled by the modest design – this site is packed full of essential information for those interested in learning a new language or even just wanting a few useful phrases before heading abroad (including essentials such as: “My Hovercraft is full of eels”).From French to Fijian, Japanese to Javanese, Omniglot is an excellent resource for learning a new language or a great place to just get an introduction to foreign tongues.The site is run by language lover Simon Ager, an Englishman who obviously has a way with words being fluent in Mandarin, French, Welsh and Irish and “able to get by” in German, Spanish, Japanese, Scottish Gaelic and Manx.Omniglot is the place to head before you head off abroad, and should be bookmarked by all serious travellers.See more Websites of the WeekReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img

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