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English language is continually evolving, with additional words added to dictionaries and slang created on a regular basis. Focusing the scope of the binoculars on the word "Oops," several trendy equivalents come into sharp focus.
Published by Christy Birmingham 78 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +16 votes | 22 comments
Running amok or a-muck originated from Malay word amuk.
Published by sharif Ishnin 95 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +12 votes | 16 comments
EZ Grammar Guide to understanding \"between... you and me.\" Understanding prepositional phrases beginning with \"between.\"
Published by David Sullivan 101 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +17 votes | 13 comments
Palare or Polari is a form of cant slang used in London by actors, circus performers and criminals. It has also been adopted by gay culture, where it forms a secret language allowing users to discuss their sexual identity. The term is derived from the Italian parlare, ‘to talk’.
Published by MJ5446 96 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +16 votes | 9 comments
Etymology - a branch of linguistics that studies the origin of words. Originally, the ancient - the doctrine of the "true" ("full") meaning of the word. Sometimes called the etymology and origin of the word itself.As we all know everything has its origin and it changes with the locations.Words are also different in different locations..The words collectively makes a language by which the peoples communicate with each others...
Published by angel cool 74 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +8 votes | 5 comments
Why can’t they just simplify things for us to learn English much easier? For example, when I say mice, it is the plural of mouse and lice is the plural of louse. Why can’t they just say that the plural of house is hice? This article is not intended to confuse anyone or to give you a terrible headache. This is composed just for fun and recreation.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 69 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +8 votes | 4 comments
A quick introduction to the 12 tenses of the English language: past, present and future.
Published by William Lake 89 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +3 votes | 4 comments
Nirad C Chaudhury is universally recognized as the greatest master of English prose from India . He was born in East Bengal and died at the age of 101 in England. His works were an unabashed paean of English rule. Nirad wrote some of the finest prose and was conferred a CBE by Queen Elizabeth II. He probably holds a world record for writing a book at the age of 99.
Published by Madan G Singh 71 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +8 votes | 3 comments
This articles give four reason why somebody might want to learn English as Second Language. English is learnt all over the world, find out why!
Published by William Lake 89 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +5 votes | 3 comments
Recommendations for beginning a personal library including a Bible, a dictionary, a national history, a world history, a cookbook, an English grammar, and a poetry book.
Published by Gayle Haynes 99 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +10 votes | 3 comments
Understanding the impact literacy has on the world's population growth. One surprisingly encouraging number discovered during the informational search had to do with Africa. Even though Africa has approximately 69% of the worlds HIV and AIDS cases, the population is expected to grow from 800 million to 1.8 billion in the year 2050.
Published by Abron Toure 111 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +3 votes | 3 comments
Many common sayings and phrases have some strange and bizarre origins. Here are some sayings with origins that are quite unusual.
Published by Mark Feldt 78 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +2 votes | 2 comments
A list of commonly used English expressions that relate directly to the game of poker
Published by Salvatore W. Delle Palme 99 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +5 votes | 2 comments
Explanation of proper use of commas and conjunction words to avoid fused sentences and comma errors. Explanation of independent and dependent clauses and how to separate with commas properly.
Published by Katie Taylor 101 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +2 votes | 2 comments
Some people argue which is right – birthday celebrant or celebrator? What’s the difference between an ice and snow? How about mount and mountain? Is there a difference between fish and fishes? Can you tell the difference between a turtle and a tortoise? How about an ocean and a sea? What about sit and seat; advise and advise?
Published by Nobert Bermosa 69 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +3 votes | 1 comments
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