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Better Language Through Unicorns, Part 2: Tricksy Homophones and Sneaky Spelling

Lifestyle / Women's Interest : Persephone Magazine

One of the most annoying things about the English language is its abundance of words that sound exactly alike but have different spellings and meanings. Other words have similar meanings an even sound slightly different, but are spe...

15 Incredible Words with No Direct English Translation

Lifestyle / Productivity : Lifehack.org

The English language is comprised of words which have origins in many other languages. However, sometimes these other languages have... The post 15 Incredible Words with No Direct English Translation appeared first on Lifehack.

THE SIX SCARIEST WORDS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the House….

US Politics / Conservative : Instapundit

THE SIX SCARIEST WORDS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the House.

Bow Wow Meow - Animal Sounds In Different Languages

Humor : The Presurfer

Ever wanted to know how different languages interpret animal sounds? Featuring English, Mandarin, French, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, Hindi, Canadian-French, Romanian, Japanese, Russian, Dutch, Bengali, Brazilian-Portuguese, Colombia...

Our Words For Animal Noises Are Supposed To Be Onomatopoeias – So Why Are They So Different From Language To Language?

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Basically, because not all languages have the same sounds. For instance, in Japanese, a bee simply can’t go bzzzzz …

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