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It’s the most recognizable feature of the dialect called “Valley Girl”: the use of the word “like” to report a sentiment or an utterance. She said, “It’s the least I can do.” And I was like, “Yes, it’s literally the least you can do.” I was like, “Thanks, Dad. That is not helpful.” She’s like, […]more
Ever found yourself trying to describe that tingling sensation when a song or work of art is deeply moving? There’s a word for that in Spanish. That sense of annoyance when you walk away from an argument and immediately realize the perfect retort? There’s one for that too, in French! We’ve put together a few […]more