Which English Word — Boring or Tedious? Disbelief or Doubt? Agree or Accept? Why Care?…

Speaking English is nothing if not open to misinterpretation, depending on the words we choose to say. We can be a little lazy or not really care which words we use, but if we DO care, then the secret sauce is precision. I discovered this recently when I was hanging pictures after moving to a new home.

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Storyteller and dreamer. I write about the English language, being human, the magic of life, and metaphysics. Ph.D. in English Literature. www.regina-clarke.com

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Regina Clarke

Regina Clarke

Storyteller and dreamer. I write about the English language, being human, the magic of life, and metaphysics. Ph.D. in English Literature. www.regina-clarke.com

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