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#Vocabulary

'Fake news' is the 2017 word of the year*
# Two For One
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# Two For One

'Fake news' is the 2017 word of the year*

Nov 2nd 2017, 9:43 AM 10,286 Views 70 Comments

*According to Collins Dictionary.

Only A True Vocabulary Master Will Get 10/10 In This Homonyms Quiz

Only A True Vocabulary Master Will Get 10/10 In This Homonyms Quiz

Apr 2nd 2017, 1:00 PM 14,320 Views 6 Comments

Homonyms: Words that share the same pronunciation, but have different meanings.

How Good Is Your Vocabulary?
# Pop Quiz
# Pop Quiz

How Good Is Your Vocabulary?

Feb 4th 2016, 9:30 PM 20,672 Views 5 Comments

Do you talk real good? Find out in here.

Which Old Irish Slang Word Should You Use Every Day?
# Quiz
# Quiz

Which Old Irish Slang Word Should You Use Every Day?

Jul 19th 2015, 1:00 PM 11,487 Views 2 Comments

Get in here now and take this important quiz.

48 names for things you didn't know had names
# Essentials
# Essentials

48 names for things you didn't know had names

Sep 12th 2013, 8:54 AM 3,273 Views 1 Comment

Do you have a Googleganger?

Column: 10 ways my American English is fighting Hiberno English for survival
# Read Me
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# Read Me

Column: 10 ways my American English is fighting Hiberno English for survival

Mar 17th 2013, 7:30 PM 2,368 Views 100 Comments

‘Craic’, ‘hoover’, ‘press’ – just some unique words Irish people have made their own. But if you are not a native to Ireland do these words make any sense and would you use them? Larry Donnelly compares his American English to Hiberno English in a word-off.

The words that most annoyed YOU in 2011
# AMAZEBALLS
# AMAZEBALLS

The words that most annoyed YOU in 2011

Dec 24th 2011, 3:00 PM 10,207 Views 66 Comments

We asked our readers what words or phrases, like, literally absolutely drove them nuts at the end of the day. They certainly told us.

OMG! Social networking takes hold... on the English dictionary
# Say What?
# Say What?

OMG! Social networking takes hold... on the English dictionary

Aug 25th 2011, 10:36 AM 443 Views 13 Comments

A new Chambers Dictionary includes “BFF” and “unfriending” – but not “sexting”. Find out which other words made the cut…