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A Q&A with linguist John McWhorter. Spoiler alert: He likes emoji!
International word trades are sometimes friendly, sometimes not.
A study comparing mood-related words in U.S. and British books shows that Americans increasingly use emotional words more often.
Since its inception, the World Wide Web has been dominated by English. Even websites that use a different language still...
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