Tag Archives: English language

The Word Cop returns – “No problem”

As The Word Cop, I can’t resist commenting on the current vernacular, those expressions that creep into our speech and become established with use. There are many that overstay their welcome, in my humble opinion. Today’s post is a case … Continue reading

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The Word Cop loves words!

I get the biggest kick out of hearing new words, at least words that are new to me. The best part of Bill O’Reilly’s show on Fox News is his word of the day, always tied to sending him email. … Continue reading

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What our language says about us and our world

English is our primary language in the United States. (Some among us wish it were our official language, but we’ll save that for another post.) It is a magnificent language, rich in its variety and vital in its continual expansion. … Continue reading

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