For our Geo Quiz --- we wanted to match some "hard to translate" phrases with their country of origin. ("Poronkusema" means "the distance equal to how far a reindeer can travel without a comfort break". And "Hanyauku-Rukwangali" means "walking on tiptoes across warm sand." The first is heard in Finland, the second in Namibia.) Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Adam Jacot de Boinod, author of Toujours Tingo, a book about the extraordinary variety of international speech.