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Christmas is a time to get together with family and use language with each other. Sometimes we fall into old language habits when we reunite with family, like falling back into a regional accent, gossiping with a twin in your own private language, and, of course, indiscriminate screaming. In order to make sure that your […]more
Arguing about language is a passion for some people. However, Oxford Dictionaries is here to intervene and offer some insight into which arguments you don’t need to have anymore! 1. Literally Argument: Isn’t the use of literally when something isn’t actually real or happening incorrect? For some people, there is nothing worse than the figurative literally. […]more
There are less problems with finding staff these days too. If anything, we’ve had fewer problems than we expected. Do you ever waver when it comes to choosing between less and fewer? You’re in good company, as the above examples (both taken from a British newspaper website on the same date) demonstrate. You may even […]more