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Ebonics

In the 90’s, some academics started a movement to study the language that part of the U.S. African American population speaks, which is somewhat “different”

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What Are Neologisms?

The richness of language lets us speak differently and over time create new words, which is known as a ‘neologism’. A neologism is generated in

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Fillers

Fillers, at times referred to as “crutch words” are words or phrases that are repeated frequently when speaking out of habit. We even use them

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Acronyms and Abbreviations

There is little consensus in the English world on the distinction between acronyms and abbreviations when dealing with shortened versions of words and phrases. Here

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Time for Tricky Tongue Twisters

Tongue twisters, those mystifying turns of phrase with repeated phonemes, alliteration or rhyme which present difficulty in pronunciation, are a universal phenomenon. They are a

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