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Mar 22, 12:53
If your mom had to run through the name of everyone in the family, including the dog, before hitting yours, it's probably because you're all in a mental folder labeled "loved ones."
Mar 21, 12:43
The idea is ancient but the name is relatively new
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Mary Norris takes on a grammar rule that has become the subject of passionate debate among scholars, journalists, and copy editors.
Mar 17, 13:32
With an eye to making its population more competitive, Mexico is pushing f its students speaking English as well as Spanish within two decades.
Mar 16, 13:11
Do you remember these useful but forgotten words?
Mar 15, 15:09
Author Kanishk Tharoor's first book, Swimmer Among the Stars, is a compilation of short stories. He tells Scott Simon the format requires intensity and offers an opportunity to be playful.
Mar 14, 12:54
Cursive writing is looping back into style in schools across the country after a generation of students who know only keyboarding, texting and printing out their words longhand. [...] last fall, the 1.1 million-student New York City schools, the nation's largest public school system, encouraged the…
Mar 13, 15:50
Learn Korean online with our flashcards. https://www.learnwitholiver.com/korean/
Mar 12, 10:35
“I fear there are only so many bamboo metaphors the average reader can tolerate.”
Mar 11, 15:39
When you're posing for a photo you say "Cheese!" Unless you happen to be in Denmark or Norway, where people say "Appelsin!" which means orange. In Korean, it's "Kimchi!" the spicy, fermented vegetable dish that's a staple of Korean cuisine. In Chines
Mar 10, 13:54
You’d think that someone who curses up a storm might be dishonest and bad news all around. A new study finds that the opposite may be true.
Mar 09, 13:43
The University of Washington Tacoma Writing Center staff, tutors, and directors believe discrimination often goes unnoticed in academia, so they’re working to put their craft at the center of inclusivity.
Mar 08, 11:27
Teacher just wanted a fun new way to teach her Arab-Israeli students Hebrew. Instead, she has become a YouTube sensation.
Mar 07, 17:06
There was a major twist ending and a major snafu at the very end of the 2017 Academy Awards for the category of Best Picture. The wrong…
Mar 06, 11:54
“Visit to @britishmuseum with @Dedalvs lead to the discovery of The Tale of Peter Rabbit in Hieroglyph. What a glorious world we live in.”
Mar 05, 11:15
Experts say awareness and practice are the keys to stop using interjections that can make you seem nervous or unintelligent.
Mar 04, 10:33
How to say “I’m sick” in 8 languages French - je suis malade Italian - sono malato / malata Spanish - estoy enfermo / enferma Portuguese - eu estou doente English - I’m sick German - ich bin...
Mar 03, 11:31
“I had read a few of these, but love the Finnish one! https://t.co/RzuDxyZ9ek
Mar 02, 14:10
The 1930s were a unique time in American history. This post-Roaring '20s economic depression era brought a new way of life that shaped the rest of the century for many Americans. This great change gave birth to a host of 1930s slang terms. A huge amount of retro slang from the 1930s shows the ...
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