How many French words have entered English? More than 33% of all English words come directly or indirectly from French. English spe...
Here are the ten most heavily used verbs in the English language: be, have, do, say, make, go, take, come, see, get. Do you notice w...
smok·ing gun Noun A piece of incontrovertible incriminating evidence Used to mean indisputable evidence 'smoking gun...
A rare example of a Czech word ('robota') entering English: robot was introduced to the public by the Czech interwar writer K...
What is a phrasal verb? A phrasal verb is a verb with two parts; the verb and a preposition. The preposition changes the meaning of the...
Monday, 21 February 2011
Terms used in linguistics: descriptivist and prescriptivist?
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