21 American English Phrases That Are, Like, Totally Useful To Know
Here are a few phrases that Americans say a lot — and what they mean.
How Many People Speak English, And Where Is It Spoken?
Did you know English is by far the world’s most studied language? And that 20% of the world speaks it? Read on to learn more interesting facts about the English language.
What Are The Differences Between Canadian And American English?
Is Canadian English its own language variety? And if so, what makes it different?
Are Gendered Words like “Mankind” Inherently Sexist?
When job descriptions like “fireman” or “chairman” are the norm, these words inherently suggest that these roles are geared towards men — not women or gender non-conforming people.
What Are The Parts Of Speech?
It’s time for a refresher on the difference between adjectives and adverbs.
Jargon Watch: The Language Of The Stock Market
How to tell the difference between a bear and a bull market.
How To Say ‘I Love You’ In 10 Different Languages
Have you ever wanted to say “I love you” in French? Or maybe in Italian? Or Spanish? Impress your special someone by professing your love in 10 different languages.
What’s The Funniest Word In The World?
A mostly clean exploration of how language and comedy work together.
What’s The Difference Between Britain, England And The UK?
To the uninitiated, terms like “British” and “English” might seem interchangeable, but they are not.
What Are Fossil Words, And What Are Some Examples?
Sometimes words only live in very specific circumstances.
Quiz: How Well Do You Know The Differences Between British And American English?
Americans think British English is weird, Brits think American English is weird, but we can all agree: Australian English is the weirdest.
What Is Cockney Rhyming Slang, And How Do You Speak It?
Have a butcher’s at our guide to this linguistic phenomenon.