Category Archives: linguistics

  1. Inventors, Scientists, and WorldCat

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    April 23, 2022 by libroshombre

                You won’t find me arguing with Ralph Waldo Emerson’s claim that “One must be an inventor to read well. …
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  2. Grammar, Style, and Nonpologies,

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    March 13, 2016 by libroshombre

      “Many English speakers cannot understand basic grammar” was the headline of a ScienceDailyNews.com article several years ago citing research …
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  3. Hifalutin Dogberries and Abstract Nouns.

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    April 24, 2014 by libroshombre

    There’s a lot to be said for reading The Economist. Besides in-depth, authoritative reporting, its writers and editors employ richer …
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