The news is fake. The grammar epidemic is real.
Never let anyone tell you copyediting isn't a sexy profession. 'Cause it's all ~glitz and grammar~.
Ferret, but it's pronounced like beret.
Rewrite the wrongs and make them right.
C'est pas bientôt fini, oui?
Why is English like this?
Are you more prescriptivist or descriptivist?
How good do you grammar?
Are you more grammar police or vocab maverick?
Trumps are disgusting, tbh.
Whet your appetite with this quiz.
Show us what you've got, old chap.
"Perhaps the REALEST segment a primetime news programme has ever broadcast on the British Empire." H/T Writers Of Colour.
The government has cut funding for English language classes twice in the past five years under the prime minister's leadership.
"You shine like a honeycakehorse." "Er, thanks, I guess?"
There are already six answers in the title.
My parents and I communicate in an incomplete mash-up of Bengali and English. I sometimes wonder what we are missing.
Is it data or data?
As someone who has never seen a full football match on television, I was asked to guess what some of the most common football terms mean. Here goes nothing.
What even is this crazy tongue we speak?
There are over a quarter of a million words in the English language. Veronika Hecko and Albert Wu just want to help us use more than ten percent of them.
For example: Do you know where the word "testify" comes from? You may or may not want to know.
Think you know your grammar? Think again.
Hope this helps, guys.
History's great. "Hipster", "legit", "tricked out" - these terms all go way back.
After reading this, you'll want to gigil us.
From 'bee's knees' to 'bite the bullet'.
Smack talk, Elizabethan-style.
That's it! Your English privileges are revoked!
Seriously, just read this, it's nuts.
Reluctant congratulations are due to the English language, which celebrated its 1,000,000th word yesterday. That word is "Web 2.0". Here are a few reasons why I am upset about this.