a logical puzzle prepared by LaGuardia Society of Physics Students.
Put your logic skills to the test!
Do you know how to count in Danish? You can definitely figure it out! Try solving this linguistic puzzle prepared by LaGuardia Society of Physics Students.
★ A solution for the puzzle from Ad Astra #1 2020 is posted at the end of this article. Check it out!
LaGuardia Professor Tomonori Nagano investigates how many languages are spoken at LaGuardia. 100? 150? You may have heard figures like these thrown around, but this question is not so easy to answer.
Can you translate to Vietnamese “This vase is beautiful” or “I buy three flowers”? Do not worry if you do not speak Vietnamese. All you need to solve this linguistic puzzle is logic and a little bit of time. Good luck!
★ A solution for the puzzle from Ad Astra #2 2020 is posted at the end of this article. Check it out!
Inuit are an Indigenous people, the majority of whom inhabit the northern regions of Canada. Do you know what writing system they use? When and how did this system first appear? We hope that by working on this linguistic puzzle you will learn something new about the Inuit language and culture (a solution to the previous puzzle is posted at the end of this article).
by Professor Tomonori Nagano
What is so special about linguistic diversity in Queens? LaGuardia Professor Tomonori Nagano discusses that it is not the number of bilingual speakers but the number of languages that makes Queens' linguistic diversity so unique.
Armenian is an Indo-European language, the alphabet for which was introduced in 405 AD. Using the knowledge that the names of the months in Armenian bear some resemblance to their English counterparts, it should be possible to figure out which name corresponds with which month.
★ A solution for the previous puzzle is posted at the end of this article. Check it out!