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If you've ever wondered the true meanings of "extra," "slay," or "salty," here's everything you need to know.
We use acronyms all the time, and in some cases, we don't even realize we're using them. You may not know, for example, that Taser stands for "Thomas A. Swift's Electric Rifle." Other examples include "radar" and "snafu."
You can change the keyboard on your iPhone to add multiple languages or layouts and toggle between them. Here's how to do it.
According to Business Insider tabulations of individual-level census data, German, French, and Vietnamese are common in several states.
J.K. Rowling used real Latin roots and phrases as inspiration for magical spells. Some of them are quite literal, like how "avis" means "bird."
The National Spelling Bee ended with 8 winners — here’s the winning word from every spelling bee since 1925
From "knack" to "gesellschaft," how many can you spell?
The National Spelling Bee has gotten harder and harder since it started in 1925. Take a look at some of the most difficult words in the history of the competition.
From reading more to creating mnemonic devices, an expert reveals his top tricks for learning how to become a better speller.
A survey found some slang terms that many Americans deem "annoying." We broke down what they mean and how they got so popular.
Knowing how to change the language on your Facebook account and feed can be valuable for anyone who is traveling abroad or learning a new language.