Miscellany, Slo-Man

The Obsolescence of phrases and the “t-Shirt bra”


The English language evolves continuously, words change their meanings almost from generation to generation. “Sick” used to mean unwell, ill, under the weather. For anyone over the age of 20 it still does. Fro a modern generation it is akin to "fantastic". Somewhere, somehow, subtly sentences sustained a serious setback in their construction.Parsing, clause analyses… Continue reading The Obsolescence of phrases and the “t-Shirt bra”