Monthly Archives: June 2013

Swimming in a Sea of Newsprint by Matthew Kerry

Adverts for rubber studs for clogs. A village festival to celebrate the installation of street lighting. The raffling of a parrot.[1] I’m sure most historians would agree that the printed press is one of the richest sources available for trying … Continue reading

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How do you use ‘you’? by Terence Dunne

In our School of Languages and Cultures it is safe to assume that most of us have been involved in learning at least one other language. Native speakers of English may run into difficulty when learning another language because it … Continue reading

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