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Death of Dialects and Accents or Twangs

‘Thus, when a country boy migrates to the city, he’s already something of a dialect chameleon.’ America has no dialects but Lars Hinrichs, English professor and head honcho of the Texas English Project at the University of Texas, says that … Continue reading

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Most Common Grammar Mistakes

Ever heard or read something and somehow you doubted the grammar? Here are some surprising common ones. Wrong: Could care less It always mean: Couldn’t care less You almost never mean: Beg the question You almost always mean: Raise the … Continue reading

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