The fact that people can use “literally” about things that can’t possibly be factual may literally make your blood boil.
A Curious Reader asks: To be or naught to be?
Is the unique Appalachian dialect the preserved language of Elizabethan England? Left over from Scots-Irish immigrants? Or something else altogether?
What's behind the Australian habit of nicknaming and abbreviating everything? Nicknames may just reveal how Australians see themselves and relate to each other.
By the time the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, did colonial Americans still sound like their British counterparts?