'App' an Apt Word for Tech-Crazy Year, but How Do You Even Say 'Culturomics'?
An interview with Ralph Keyes, author of the new book ''Euphemia"
A program in New Orleans trains legislative drafters from around the world
Allan Metcalf has written a history of what he calls ''America's greatest word'' | WORDMASTER
Celebrating Thanksgiving Day with David "Slangman" Burke
"We don't forget, we just haven't learned it in the first place," says communications trainer Wendi Eldh
English teacher Lida Baker has advice for learning phrasal verbs in a context
David ''Slangman'' Burke breaks down some of the many uses of ''break"
Second of two parts with Kathleen Reardon, author of "Comebacks at Work"
First of two parts with "Comebacks at Work" author Kathleen Reardon
More with Deborah Tannen, author of "You Were Always Mom's Favorite!"
Linguist Deborah Tannen discusses messages and metamessages; first of two parts
Linguist Geoff Nunberg says it can be used as a way to avoid reasoned argument
Some writing advice from English teacher Lida Baker
A full catch of nautical terms used in everyday English
Law professor Robert Tsai discusses the constitutional right to free expression
English teaching consultant Susan Iannuzzi has advice for foreign students.
Findings from a brain study by Princeton researchers, including Lauren Silbert
Writing coach Paula LaRocque points out some bad habits of writers
Some advice from Charles Harrington Elster, author of "The Accidents of Style."