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Category Archives: Miscellaneous Language Issues
One of the things that I hate seeing is people apologising for their “bad English” in YouTube comments. I wish I could remember who it was so I could give her credit, but someone I know made a post on … Continue reading
It’s been… quite a few months. A lot has happened. But I’m back. And I’m determined to have a blog post every week. I might even start a new blog… I’ll let know know if I do. Hope you all … Continue reading
The semester is winding down. I have 1 more exam left, but I have another semester starting right after. So… it will be quite a summer for me. Still, I have some plans. I intend to start going through the hieroglyphics … Continue reading
In 1579, a young man arrived in Japan from Mozambique. He was the servant (or slave) of an Italian Jesuit who had been appointed Visitor of the “Indies” (East and South, and East Africa). Where exactly this young man was born is lost … Continue reading
Last semester, I made the decision break from my freelance Fiverr because of my busy schedule as a student working so many jobs. It was very stressful…. But now, I’m back! Last week, I got my first order of 2017. And I got … Continue reading
When I was first learning sign language linguistics in school, I was exposed to the terms “cherology” and “chereme”. To give you definitions: Cherology is “the description and analysis of the distinctive units used in the sign language of the deaf” … Continue reading