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There’s been a meteoric rise in the word “super” being used as a synonym for “very” or “extremely.” Some people are blaming technology.

A Certain Word Is Really Getting on My Nerves

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03/18/2017. Facebook
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Stan Grant, an elder of Australia’s second-largest Aboriginal tribe, the Wiradjuri, has preserved his people’s language in “A New Wiradjuri Dictionary.”

An Heir to a Tribe’s Culture Ensures Its Language Is Not Forgotten

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03/15/2017. Facebook
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Few of my students will really understand the language. So why do I go on?

Beginning Greek, Again and Again

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03/13/2017. Facebook
Language experts say one of the oldest forms of punctuation is going out of fashion, felled by the staccato sentences favored in instant messaging

Period. Full Stop. Point. Whatever It’s Called, It’s Going Out of Style

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03/11/2017. Facebook
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The final post in our weekly series on the ten most important languages for the UK’s future is about Mandarin Chinese.

Chinese: complex tones and characters, streamlined grammar | British Council

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In the recent Languages for the Future report, Spanish was highlighted as the most important language for people in the UK to learn.

Spanish: speak the language of 400 million people | British Council

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Californians’ approval of a ballot measure on bilingual education gives Latino kids their cultural heritage back.

The Spanish Lesson I Never Got at School

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