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Today is National Dictionary Day — here are the 10 most confusing words in the English language, according to Merriam-Webster
The most-looked up words in the Merriam-Webster's dictionary give us a peek into the most confusing words in the English language.
Words like "y'all," "wicked," "ope," and "ginder" are all specific to certain regions in the US.
The word "run" is anticipated to have approximately 645 different meanings in the next Oxford English Dictionary, set for a 2037 release.
Words like "bat," "desert," "wind," and "clip" all have multiple meanings but are confusingly spelled the same way.
The English language has a lot of weird spelling, grammar, and pronunciation rules. Here are 11 of its anomalies that make it difficult to learn.
Words are often misused in the daily flow of conversation. "Eggcorns" are words or phrases that are incorrectly used in place of others that sound similar. Recognizing eggcorns is key to proper grammar. Here are nine commonly misused words and phrases that you may not have known were incorrect.
Grammar rules often get overlooked in the daily flow of conversation. Stepping back and thinking about your message can help you use the right grammar when speaking or writing. Here are nine grammar rules you're probably breaking without even realizing.
The difference between American and British work styles is not as stark as you might expect — but some traditions die hard.
The Iranian government has blamed its Western "enemies" for provoking recent protests.