Tag Archives: English Language

Add the word “unpresidented” to the dictionary

Unpresidented   Hello Everyone! Short, sweet and strait to the point! Donald Trump today misspelled the word ‘unprecedented’ as ‘unpresidented’ in a tweet on China. Trump swiftly deleted the tweet and replaced it with one using the correct spelling. But the Twitter account for the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the standard-bearer for… Read more »

Leo Tolstoy Rules of Life

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Leo Tolstoy’s rules of life– what are yours? September 9th marks 188 years since the birth of the great Russian writer and thinker Leo Tolstoy. Happy Birthday Leo! Tolstoy was a man of many rules. Spectacularly… Tolstoy wrote these rules when he was eighteen years old. Here are 10 “Rules of… Read more »

Deja Vu

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Have you ever experienced deja vu? Who has never felt, at least once, the feeling of deja vu a previously unknown location, ever met a person that you do not yet know, or already experienced a totally new event? In other words, have you ever experienced a sudden feeling of… Read more »

Humility

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Humility ⭕ Humility is a good starting point. Humility comes when you go through the responsibilities and experiences. The humility is such a virtue which make you strong and powerful. Accept that you will be bad at first, just like we all are at everything we try for the first time. ⭕ Knowing… Read more »

A fine line

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A fine line ⭕ A fine line, also a thin line, in this sense, fine means thin. So a fine line is a very thin line, used figuratively to refer to a small difference or distinction between things: There’s a fine line between testing someone and entrapping them. Sometimes there’s only a very fine line between genius and madness. Usually, one of the things is good or OK,… Read more »

Bugs Are For Girls

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Bugs Are For Girls ⭕ After a mother of a young girl contacted the Entomological Society of Canada looking for help and guidance for her insect-loving daughter who was being teased by her classmates, her story went viral on Twitter, and she received support from around the world. A young girl who… Read more »

Dear Friends

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Dear Friends What were you thinking about before you started reading this sentence?   ⭕ If you’re reading this, I love you and I’m glad you’re alive! If you’re reading this, it probably means you already support what I do, and that’s really awesome if you do! If you’re reading this,… Read more »

To see a man about a dog

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⭕ There’s no doubt about it: English is a challenging language to learn, and that’s largely because it’s full of bizarre colloquialisms that, when you stop and think about them, don’t appear to make much sense to anybody. ⭕ To see a man about a dog, or to see a man about a… Read more »

Life’s Most Persistent Question

Life’s most persistent question is: What are you doing for others? This week, I challenge you as I challenge myself to find something you can contribute to. It may be time out of your day, an ear to listen to a grieving heart, a smile and hello that may make a… Read more »

Amused Bemused

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Amused Bemused English language can be rather confusing at times, especially when it comes to similar sounding words. You may be confused by the words amused and bemused. They sound so much the same but mean something completely different. This could bemuse some and amuse others. Don’t let it befuddle… Read more »