The first 7 percent of the new decade has made recent history seem like salad days for most of the globe. The coronavirus and George Floyd's death have spurred massive calls for massive societal changes. But being angry will not register change. Only humility can bring change.
Hi, my noun is John
One name re-inspires a movement, rekindles racial tensions, and rescinds beliefs in progress. Plus, are you ready for the final showcase in this week's The Price (of Liberty) is Right? What would we be without our names? Would we be we without our names? Would you be you without your name? Names confer meaning upon … Continue reading Hi, my noun is John
Take an oeillade on this overlooked subject-verb disagreement
Do not be overcome with shame and guilt. I have fallen victim to this overlooked subject-verb agreement issue. Plus, eleven previously unranked words join the Words of the Week. My doubts about function words' legitimacy at the Words of the Week table have been proven wrong. Consecutively, adjective and noun got their spotlight. Verb has … Continue reading Take an oeillade on this overlooked subject-verb disagreement
Masculine and feminine words, He defined them
Somehow, as if these values have been ingrained in us by a higher power, these languages depict the innate quality of words through their gender classification. Man and woman He created us; masculine and feminine words He defined them.
Undesigning Words of the Week – Part 1
This is an undesigning effort to enhance your vocabulary, define the public sphere, and soliloquy on a series of topics in one go.
Soliloquies and obloquies
The longest Words of the Week yet looks at two obloquies, one against a tech CEO and the other from one of the world's most famous CEOs, the therapeutic qualities of performing soliloquies, the two most powerful intransitive verbs in my life, and how the four types of Biblical love are being tested during the ecdemic.
Understanding the fuss
As the coronavirus slowly dips its toe into even the furthest fringes of my sphere of influence, the seriousness of the virus becomes evident to me.
The Words We Speak – Power Rankings Week 1
Basic grammatical structures claim 3 spots; Fascism and Racism mar the list It’s here! Whether you like it or not, want it or not, care about it or not, the 2020 Presidential Campaign has unofficially kicked off this season of Words. That means it is also time for us to unveil our Top 25 Words … Continue reading The Words We Speak – Power Rankings Week 1