To boldly go where no man has gone before!

Rutgers University professor, Jack Lynch, has written THE LEXICOGRAPHER’S DILEMMA: The Evolution of ‘Proper’ English, From Shakespeare to ‘South Park’, which can be described as an exploration of the English language and its rules of grammar that tend to confound the English student on a daily basis.  Click here for the New York Times coverage of the book. The Lexicographer's Dilemma: The Evolution of 'Proper' English, from Shakespeare to South Park

On a very left aside, here is a grammar rule I learned this very week when speaking Spanish: In general, most nouns that end in -a, -ción / -sión and -ad are feminine; the rest of the nouns, which usually end in -o or a consonant, are masculine.

Ok, signing off from Peru.


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