The word catastrophe often comes up in the news, whether in response to financial crises, sporting decisions, or natural disasters: let’s take a closer look at the word’s history. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word has been in use in English since at least 1579, although the initial meaning was somewhat different than how we generally […]
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A noun and a verb sit at a bar. Verb: ‘Hey, wanna go back to my place and conjugate?’ Noun: ‘I decline.’ Tweet us your #languagejokes!