Stripes aside, zebras look a lot like horses - but are they actually? bit.ly/1SyeS4L pic.twitter.com/3TnDBAqn2i
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Explore a list of dances from the @OED this #InternationalDanceDay: oxford.ly/1JRUQv3 pic.twitter.com/V7c4VfFfem
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Word of the Day: chimichanga - a deep-fried tortilla with a savoury filling…... ow.ly/8JU3K9
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Should you treat collective nouns as singular or plural? oxford.ly/pzBe3p pic.twitter.com/Av4KNRvGbY
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All quotations seem to be from Shakespeare or the Bible: can you disentangle the two? oxford.ly/15EcLoi pic.twitter.com/B5S5ebzLIS
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