How can a simple nursery rhyme be so complicated to translate? If your language doesn’t include words for numbers, are you still able to count? And why do speakers of a language without words for “left” and “right” always know which way is North? In this thought-provoking talk from TED-Ed Weekend in New York City, Petrina Nomikou discusses research on the relationship between language and thought.


This video is from TED.



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