We are constantly bombarded by new English words and meanings to words, so why not honour these innovations?
Articles by Howard Richler
I was surprised to find many new terms from the world of sports that in the last two decades have further
penetrated and enriched our lexicon.
BBC News always adds the qualifier “so-called” when describing the Islamic State. As I find this usage clumsy, I decided to investigate why the BBC employs it.
Quiz: What common 10-letter word is composed solely of letters found on the top letter line of a typewriter?
Have you ever come across an expression that you haven’t seen or heard in decades?