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Calm down, dear: how to avoid hyperbole in writing. bit.ly/IUd3Or pic.twitter.com/Wca6Y934Ft
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Today's @OED Word of the Day, illustrated by Imogen Foxell. See more of her work: oxford.ly/1K2zDDX pic.twitter.com/8KGdCCJcdA
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Which way are you going? That’s what it comes down to in our video on the difference between bring and take: oxford.ly/1NjUoN5
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