She sat in the car as it sped slightly over the speed limit to about 55 miles-per-hour versus the 40 that was allowable on the street. They were late for work again but still laughed and smiled about the night before. Movies and home cooked food had been the highlight. Now it was morning and time to get back to work as she smiled thinking about her day. Five minutes from the house to the on-ramp means five extra minutes lost, but it was okay, speeding on the highway would ensue.Read More
Yes, that is the correct spelling of the word. Well, minus the capital ‘s’ at the end, I just added that for symmetry. You all know this from the Mary Poppins movie, duh, and if you don’t, what rock do you live under? I mean. It’s Mary Poppins.Read More
It has been a buzz on Google Plus about the language support that the vast and reaching corporation has given.
Today, Google launched The Endangered Languages Project, a website devoted to preserving over 3000 ancient tongues that are only spoken by a few thousand people.
As a Linguist and a complete lover of Language, I understand that language changes.Read More
A sentence begins with a pronoun continues with a double verb and ends with an adjective and a plural noun. Wait, back up. A what? A double verb? Well, more correct would be two verbs in a row. But how does that sound?
“I walked walked multiple roads.” Does that make sense? If someone said that, I bet you would have to listen to it again to make sure you heard right, but in the end, no, it wouldn’t.Read More