Interesting and Expressive Words That Don’t Exist in English

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In this video that’s part of PBS’s Otherwords series, Dr. Erica Brozovsky educates viewers about words that exist in other languages but not in English that convey specific feelings. One good example of this is “schadenfreude”, which means essentially means the pleasure people get from seeing other people be humiliated.

Watch the video above to see what the good doctor has to say about this.

And take a look at the PBS Storied page on YouTube for more interesting videos.


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