When I teach, I have very much a love-hate relationship with the word ‘get’. On the one hand, it is a very versatile word. For students who do not have an extensive active vocabulary, it often saves them from having… Read More ›
There was an energetic discussion yesterday in one of the dog groups I frequent about the number of dog breeders using the word weary instead of wary. As in, Boerboels need to be weary of strangers. More and more people chimed… Read More ›
I have also always really loved this one!
Because it is not an easy language!