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Jan 23, 14:54
A cartoon by Roz Chast. Find more on our cartoon Instagram: http://nyer.cm/isCaAyM
Jan 22, 14:01
What kinds of hobo signs and hobo codes have been used over the years? Have you ever used an emoji in place of words in a text to communicate something quickly to your friends? A pizza slice emoji, for example, to indicate how pumped you are about the pizza you're getting with them later? Well, you....
Jan 21, 17:06
Jan 20, 13:47
You, sir, (or ma'am): Focus, if you will, on a historic, on fleek listicle containing words nominated for bigly banishment. But don't convene a town hall meeting or get your dandruff up in the echo chamber over them.
Jan 19, 11:28
Tom Brady might be a touchdown ace, but can he cobble together a sentence in German? Patriots teammate Sebastian Vollmer tries to teach the quarterback something new.
Jan 18, 13:22
Another new Facebook tool: a way for my legions of fans to send me a direct message! (Please, don't all 138 of you message me at once; you might break Facebook's servers.)
Jan 17, 13:42
It wasn't long after I started learning Korean that I was asking myself, "Why can't I learn Korean vocabulary?!" Here's what I've done to fix it.
Jan 16, 14:46
"The Transitive Verb Patterns" lecture I delivered in my English 402--Grammar course at the State University of New York College at Cortland.
Jan 15, 12:36
People who became bilingual later in life are more likely to experience the mysterious blurring of the senses.
Jan 14, 11:13
I believe by "genetic" you mean "genitive," which is the English case for showing possession (indeed, this is also called the "the possessive case" or just "...
Jan 13, 15:37
“This is a Day to shine light on linguistic diversity as a beating heart of humanity’s cultural diversity, to celebrate the power of a language that brings together over 400 million speakers on five continents – and nearly one billion Muslim faithful,” she said. “More efforts must be made in schools...
Jan 11, 10:13
According to the American Dialect Society, 2016 can be summed up with one term: “dumpster fire.” The ADS’s phrase of the year is defined as “an exceedingly disastrous or chaotic situation.” Many vi…
Jan 09, 11:15
The White House wants 1 million U.S. kids to study the language by 2020.
Jan 08, 14:31
A cartoon by Paul Karasik. Swipe through more cartoons with the New Yorker Today app: http://nyer.cm/XnxIazO
Jan 07, 10:33
Just trying out one of Facebook's "new post options."
Jan 06, 11:33
Plant formerly known as cannabis got a new name thanks to Spanish-American War
Jan 05, 12:09
All right, first, I'm guessing that you meant "misery" instead of "misary," which I don't believe is a word in English. And technically even prepositional ph...
Jan 04, 12:47
A new scientific study reveals the critical role that dialect unfamiliarity and prejudice against speakers of African American Vernacular English [AAVE] and other non-standard dialects can play in the criminal justice system. The study, 'Language and Linguistics on Trial: Hearing Vernacular Speakers...
Jan 03, 10:17
Do you identify as "Latinx"?
Jan 02, 11:22
Note: Also be sure to visit my Essential Language Learning Tools page where I've listed these and other quality language learning resources. *** I'm a vis
Jan 01, 13:34