Spelling Differences Between Languages
Is it one word or two?
Thank you or thankyou? Alot or a lot? There are a few common terms that you might wonder: one word, two words, or either? We have the answers.
Minuscule or miniscule?
The adjective 'minuscule' is a good example of a word whose spelling is changing. We tell you how.
Old and new forms
Moot point or mute point? Strait-laced or straight-laced? Using the English Corpus we analyse the frequency of new vs old spellings, and see which are changing.
Where Does The Phrase "Currying Favour" Come From?
The common phrase ‘currying favour’ sounds odd; it’s even odder when you know horses are involved.
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