Every comma I added, split infinitive I repaired, hung preposition I cushioned in noun phrases was proof that I was articulate. Articulate was the last few marks on my English assignments, the judge’s feedback from the debates I won, the glowing words printed on my report card. To be articulate was to be intelligent. To be worth listening to.
Propaganda need not be spelt out with bold letters and exclamation points; rhetorical choices can function just the same.
Uncovering the sexism in semantic change.
The centre provided crucial academic support to the University community.
Have Asian Australian youths in Sydney developed their own English vernacular?
A more inclusive approach to diverse language systems is needed
Ann Ding is a loving husband and father of three
Andy Mason visited the Muurrbay Aboriginal Language & Culture Co-operative.
Naaman Zhou spent way too long trying to write 140 characters