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How many words are used to define the word "set" in the 2nd Edition of the Oxford English Dictionary
In English language - asked by osbertonbowls - 2 answers
What does "Babylon de pon me case" mean in patwa?
In patwa, reggae, language - asked by Poindexter - 3 answers
Swear words...is it true that Rumanian has more swear words than any other language?
In language - asked by P-Kasso - 2 answers
Are there any documented cases of anyone being unable to learn their native language?
In Communication, language, learning - asked by - 2 answers
Is English the modern equivalent of Latin?
In language, English, Latin - asked by laratheangel - 2 answers
do you think the additional languages you learn at school, are useless?
In language - asked by - 9 answers
Could you translate to german again please? ^^ In a literary career that spans some 60 years, Doris Lessing has written around 50 books, feeling at home in many different genres.
In german, english, language - asked by Mr.Ioes - 2 answers
"flavour of the month" - what is the origin of this saying?
In language, sayings, origins - asked by Russel.West - 1 answer
Why are pawnbrokers called pawnbrokers?
In language, english, pawnbrokers - asked by - 2 answers
Can someone read japanese?
In language - asked by (Guest31031) - 1 answer
Should elocution be taught in schools today?
In accents, language - asked by duffield1 - 1 answer
Are there any grammatical or etiquettical (!) rules for when one should refer to ones self as 'one'/when you should refer to yourself as 'you'?
In language, one - asked by duffield1 - 1 answer
i have a cd10 on my license how long does that last for ? thanks
In English language - asked by (Guest30972) - 2 answers
Can the word "threshold" be abbreviated somehow?
In language, writing, abbreviations - asked by temhawk - 2 answers
where i can find german word meanings?
In german language - asked by - 5 answers
What is the derivation of the word ragamuffin? I can understand the rag bit as a clothing description but thought muffins were something nice to eat.
In language - asked by PARRY22 - 1 answer
What's the difference between a language and a dialect? What does it take for a dialect to become a language?
In language, dialect - asked by xoloriib - 1 answer
'Effing and blinding' - where does this curious phrase come from?
In swearing, language, etymology - asked by duffield1 - 1 answer
Can something be 'as unique' as something else?
In grammar, unique, language - asked by - 4 answers
What does mean "Ich bin Schwul" (Thats German )
In german, language - asked by - 4 answers
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