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13 Britishisms That Have Invaded American English
It's part of a phenomenon called "Anglocreep."
We've Come A Long Way Since The First Dictionary
Why Are Americans Butchering the English Language?
Nancy Graham Holm
It's not too late to draw a line in the sand. We must be vigilant and protect our English pronouns from further abuse.
British Tourists Bitch About New York: Shopping's 'Aggressive,' Skyscrapers Are 'Scary,' Our Behavior? Just Plain 'Rude'
Washington Post contributor, children's book author
What do tourists from abroad think of traveling
? Are they keen on American food? Are they comfy in our hotels? Do they think we're friendly?
QUIZ: Do You Speak American?
English And American Spelling: Two Countries Separated By One Language
Official New Dictionary Words
Is English In Danger?
Language Problems at the
New York Times
Robert E. Murphy
Author, Columnist, Life-Long Brooklynite
Since the death of William Safire, political columnist who wrote the regular "On Language" feature in the
New York Times Magazine
, no one has truly assumed the mantle of leading linguistic watchdog.
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