Top 25 Language Twitterer Accounts 2016

Among the Top 25 Twitter Accounts 2016, you will find Twitter accounts about translation, linguistics, language professionals and pretty much everything that has to do with languages. The Twitter accounts include professional translators, translation agencies, polyglots and other language fanatics. Take a look at these interesting accounts, find your new favorites and retweet posts if you feel like it. Maybe some of these accounts make you want to update your bookmarks again. Congratulations to all the winners! (In case you want to find more accounts, check out last year’s results here).

Make sure to check out the Top 25 for each category as well:

Language Learning Blogs | Language Professionals Blogs | Facebook Pages | Twitter accounts | YouTube Channels

1.German should be fun
I tweet in English and the German translation just 5 minutes later. Verstehst du meine deutschen Tweets?
2.Circa Lingua
Founder of Circa Lingua. French - English - Spanish Sworn Translator & Interpreter. Law, economy, business & marketing. Entrepreneur. Copywriter. Blogger.
3.Inbox Translation
Language geeks, IT nerds, chocolate lovers, football fans - this is our friendly team.
The Swedish Language Council answers questions about the Swedish language via Twitter.
5.Scritture brevi
Scritture Brevi observes, describes and collects any type of "short text": abbreviations, acronyms, signs, icons, symbols, hashtags, text messages, aphorisms, puns etc. Mainly in Italian, but with contributions also in English.
6.Scheherezade Surià
Literary and audiovisual translation.
7.Cath Cellier-Smart
French to English translator, Brit-born expat, scuba diver, reader, tea drinker. Tweets interesting links to articles about the English language.
8.Núria de Andrés
One of the best places on Twitter to find resources for translators.
9.Lynne Murphy
An American linguist in England. This is the Twitter presence of 'Separated by a Common Language' blog.
10.Smarter German
Smart and witty posts and shares on Twitter which are motivating and thought provoking. One fascinating project was that they taught a guy German from scratch to level B1 in 14 days.

Big thanks to all the participants, partners and voters – it was great fun! We are honored to include so many great language resources in our competition. If you made it to the Top 100 list, you can inform your fans about it by adding the Top 100 Language Lovers 2016 button onto your website. You can find more competition-related information here. We hope to see you soon again on and Lexiophiles. Long live languages!