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Today is National Dictionary Day — here are the 10 most confusing words in the English language, according to Merriam-Webster
The most-looked up words in the Merriam-Webster's dictionary give us a peek into the most confusing words in the English language.
The Oxford English Dictionary adds new words on a regular basis to reflect new cultural phenomena. Some of these words are very silly.
While definitions have been known to shift based on the way a word is commonly used, some popular uses are just plain wrong.
There are so many words in other languages that perfectly describe scenarios we experience every day, but have no English equivalent.
These all-too-common mistakes stem from confusion over when to use which word or phrase: fewer vs. less, it's vs. its, and then vs. than.
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How to change the keyboard language on a Mac computer, and switch between different languages with just a click
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Some parts of Wisconsin and Rhode Island call drinking fountains "bubblers." In New England, a milkshake is often called a "frappe."
The phrase "9/11" caught the attention of linguists and changed the way we talk about terrorist attacks. Linguists have noted how the name people assigned to the attacks, "9/11," is now a blueprint for naming other terrorist incidents around the world.