Anyone with a phone and web access needs to know these terms just to survive without constantly being in a state of confusion.
Whether we seek precision, beauty or both, much of the subtlety of language comes from its adjectives. Here are some 10-dollar examples to add polish to your proclamations.
There was a time when 'Girl' meant 'Boy,' 'Bully' meant 'Sweetheart,' and 'Fizzle' meant 'Fart.' Let's return there together.
Some words are said together so often that many people think they’re a single word – but they’re not. Or at least not all of the time. The confusing business of compound words, explained.