Who could pass up a title like today’s? The re before the colon means ‘with regard to, in the matter of,’ and it introduces the subject of today’s post, which is the unrelated prefix… 320 more words
Tags » English Language
Once again, I’ve been inspired by Joanna Malefaki’s post with an idea for using my blog for a bit more active / interactive networking. So instead of just writing and putting my thoughts “out there”, I’m using this post to ask questions to get to know the wonderful people who read my blog…! 67 more words
Drihten me raet, ne byth me nanes godes wan.
And he me geset on swythe good foehland.
And fedde me be waetera stathum….
English schooling is slowly dying out
Re: “How anglophones can thrive in Quebec” (Montreal Gazette, May 25)
Celine Cooper suggests that eligible anglophone parents should abandon English schools in favour of bilingual common schools. 514 more words
You can be fluent in 3 months, in any language, as Benny Lewis, the Irish polyglot, has proved it many times. The one of the most important rules, which Benny emphasises, is to start speaking the new language from day one.