Tick-tock, not tock-tick

Tick-tock, not tock-tick

Who invented more new words? Chaucer or Shakespeare?

Literary Smackdown: Chaucer vs. Shakespeare

Who Invented More New Words? A comparison by Flavorwire (and linguist Vivian Cook). Words in bold are just ones the Flavorwire staff found amusing.

It's no secret that learning a new language is a good thing. It's also pretty well-known that learning a language as an adult is quite challenging. While difficult, learning a new language is incredibly rewarding, and it affects your brain in some pretty major ways. Have you ever wondered exactly how it change your brain?…

How Does Learning A New Language Affect Your Brain?

Learning new languages not only opens new doors of opportunity, it keeps your brain sharper. This infographic from Sunbelt Staffing covers how learning a new language affects your brain:Learn to Design Animated Infographics

Linguistics overview

The classic linguistics circle, Historical and Applied Linguistics being my favorites.

I've had this issue before. First-world TESOL major problems. :(

Phonetics Flash Animation Project - watch videos and computer animation of phonetic articulation! LOL or in communicative disorders!

I like the interrobang myself. | Little-Known Punctuation Marks for National Punctuation Day | Mental Floss

Little-Known Punctuation Marks for National Punctuation Day

I like the snark mark. Although how many people would understand it? You can say stuff like "I don't like the snark mark: ~". ~ And then people start looking for pictures in the punctuation. So I'll never use the snark mark.

Short & funny summations of the opportunities offered by college degrees

37 Slogans For College Majors If They Were Actually Honest. #6 Is So True

37 slogans for college majors if they were actually honest. LOL at the Criminal Justice and psychology ones a.a my major and minor.

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