We’re all a nation of ‘others’, and the stricter English tests that migrants will now face should be a reminder of who we’ve been in the past.
With the Strathfield City Council voting to ensure all shop signage is English-centric, the effects of a move in such a multicultural suburb is plain to see.
English remains a critical if difficult language to learn. This is especially true for adults, but thanks to our partners at Lexis English, it doesn’t have to be.
Humpday. Tee hee. What happened while you were asleep? Don’t ask. The national dictionary went bogan, Salim Mehajer’s video rant is being investigated and the police in the US tragically killed a deaf man.
What happened while you were asleep, Pumpkin? Well, California is richer than France, Bob Katter faces art critics and more chicanery at the Euro.
For some, the concept of sexual consent is a mystery. In the name of education, the English have explained it in plain English. (Tea = Sex)
Our hack editor Mathew Mackie has a complicated relationship with William Shakespeare, especially now he’s discovered how many words were invented by the great man.
As many bemoan the current state of the English language, Lauren Ford, seeing regression as evolution, is inspired and excited by the continual updates to the language.