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Flip-Flop Usage on Vocabulary.com

Flip-Flop Usage on Vocabulary.com | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Literally used non-literally, irregardless meaning regardless , could care less meaning couldn't care less . What's with all the flip-flopping?
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Understanding proper definitions and uses in language.
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Chris Moyer: Bridging the communication barrier: describing what ...

When two or more people meet and try to communicate to each other, the first step is always to find the common language that both people can understand. This is true not only of difference in language of two people that both ...
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Communication skills for parents of little kids

Communication skills for parents of little kids | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Articles and tips on child health, development and milestones.
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Christmas Medley in Irish Sign Language by Societies of DIT

A host of DIT Students and Staff try their hands at Irish Sign Language - most for the first time! - to create a medley of Christmas Songs in Irish Sign Lang...
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Is it ever correct to say “didja?” What is the official term for “didja,” “sorta,” and “d’ya?”

Is it ever correct to say “didja?” What is the official term for “didja,” “sorta,” and “d’ya?” | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Didja ever think that there are ways of speaking that feel perfectly comfortable that would seem wrong if you wrote them down? Sorta like the way this sentence is written. Lemme tell you ‘bout this very phenomenon, relaxed pronunciation.
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Flip-Flop Usage on Vocabulary.com

Flip-Flop Usage on Vocabulary.com | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Literally used non-literally, irregardless meaning regardless , could care less meaning couldn't care less . What's with all the flip-flopping?
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Of all the words in the English language, ‘set’ has the most definitions! | Wikistupidia

Your source for crazy, fun and Wild Facts! (RT @WildFacts: Of all the words in the English language, ‘set’ has the most definitions!
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Management IS Communication | Executive Street

Management IS Communication | Executive Street | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Management is often defined as some version of control over things, people or an organization, but when was the last time any manager or management team really controlled anything? Management IS communication.
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OneLook Reverse Dictionary

RT @HowCanIHelpYou: OneLook's reverse dictionary lets you describe a concept & get back a list of words & phrases related to that concept.
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meanings and definitions of words

meanings and definitions of words | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Dictionary.com - the largest and most trusted free online dictionary. Quickly find accurate definitions and audio pronunciations of words. (RT @TeMonique_Bih: Oh My Fuckinq Gosh ! www.dictionary.com !
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gallivant

gallivant | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for July 28, 2011 is: gallivant • \GAL-uh-vant\  • verb 1 : to go about usually ostentatiously or indiscreetly with members of the opposite sex 2 : to travel, roam, or move about for pleasure ...
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Does Your Language Shape How You Think?

Does Your Language Shape How You Think? | Lexicology | Scoop.it
The idea that your mother tongue shapes your experience of the world may be true after all. (Does your language shape how you think?
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Communication Skills | Today's Life and Times

Communication Skills | Today's Life and Times | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Communications skills have a wide range. Communications are based on sending and receiving messages and information between 2 or many parties.
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Amazon.com: Language Contact in Amazonia eBook: Alexandra Aikhenvald: Kindle Store

Amazon.com: Language Contact in Amazonia eBook: Alexandra Aikhenvald: Kindle Store | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Amazon.com: Language Contact in Amazonia eBook: Alexandra Aikhenvald: Kindle Store (Language Contact in Amazonia: This book investigates the contact between Arawak and Tucanoan languages spoken in...)...
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‘Tebowing’ now an official dictionary word | The Post and Courier, Charleston SC - News, Sports, Entertainment

‘Tebowing’ now an official dictionary word | The Post and Courier, Charleston SC - News, Sports, Entertainment | Lexicology | Scoop.it
If you looked up “Tebowing” in the dictionary, it would say, “the act of taking a knee in prayer during an athletic contest.” (http://t.co/WTIw05rT ‘Tebowing’ now an official...
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Is it true that “goodbye” is actually short for a religious phrase? | The Hot Word | Hot & Trending Words Daily Blog at Dictionary.com

Is it true that “goodbye” is actually short for a religious phrase? | The Hot Word | Hot & Trending Words Daily Blog at Dictionary.com | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Philology, etymology, and word origins – Discover new word, their origins and definitions – Have you ever pondered the meaning or history of a word? Use Hot Words to learn the secrets of words, and how they came to be.
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How to build communication with family members - by Suzanne Rose - Helium

How to build communication with family members - by Suzanne Rose - Helium | Lexicology | Scoop.it
It is important for family members to have good communication.  Oftentimes this can help avoid small problems from turning into much larger o..., Suzanne Rose (How to build communication with family members
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Does E-Mail Have Fingerprints? on Vocabulary.com

Does E-Mail Have Fingerprints? on Vocabulary.com | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Does an e-mail or other text leave enough linguistic clues to determine its authorship? Call in the language detectives.
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The differences between verbal and non-verbal communication - by Victoria Rose Perkins - Helium

The differences between verbal and non-verbal communication - by Victoria Rose Perkins - Helium | Lexicology | Scoop.it
The differences between verbal and non-verbal communication is minimal.
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ThatWith.Me - Vocabology iPhone App

ThatWith.Me - Vocabology iPhone App | Lexicology | Scoop.it
gazump:
to cheat by raising the price, at the time a contract is to be signed, over the amount originally agreed upon.
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The Sesquipedalian-Lexiphanicism.com Homepage

The Sesquipedalian-Lexiphanicism.com Homepage | Lexicology | Scoop.it
(2/2) during the formation of the national systasis, and rendered much adminicular service.


Wow... I want this book! :D
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Find out how strong your vocabulary is and learn new words at Vocabulary.com.

Find out how strong your vocabulary is and learn new words at Vocabulary.com. | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Vocabulary.com helps you learn new words, play games that improve your vocabulary, and explore language.


This is one of the best vocabulary sites I've ever come across!
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A New Word Hath Been Birthed! « Sir Emeth Mimetes

"CHRONSTRUE, v. [Gr. chronos time + Gr. stronnuo strew, spread]
To diffuse your time over many tasks. To dilute your focus by scattering your attention among many occupations."

This word was created by me a while back. A very handy invention.
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Age no excuse for failing to learn a new language - life - 22 July 2011 - New Scientist

Age no excuse for failing to learn a new language - life - 22 July 2011 - New Scientist | Lexicology | Scoop.it
Adults can be better than children at subconsciously figuring out how a new language works (New Scientist: Adults turn out to be better than children at acquiring a new language skill http://ow.ly/5Nd0r #revitalization #learning...)...
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