Note on Slang

A Note on Slang. The vulgar use of language in a new sense always with a particular meaning is called ‘Slang’. Slang belongs to any language of the world.

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Note on Haplology

Note on Haplology: ‘Haplology’ means pronouncing the same sound once instead of twice. It is concerned with what we call apostrophe‘s’ (’s).

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Note on Malapropism

Note on Malapropism. ‘Malapropism’ is a term that means ludicrous misuse of words, especially in mistake for one resembling it. The term has been derived

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Note on Euphemism

Note on Euphemism. Euphemism is a figure of speech through which a writer or speaker speaks something offensive or unpleasant in a pleasant manner.

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Note on Archaism

Note on Archaism. ‘Archaism’ is a term that means the use of the words or phrases that have become out of date or old fashioned. In any language the

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Note on Johnsonese

Note on Johnsonese: ‘Johnsonese’ is a term that refers to the pedantic, learned, and figurative writing. Such kind of writing comes into English

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The History of ‘-Ing’

The history of ‘-ing’ in English is a matter of interest while reading the history of the English language. Originally the use of ‘–ing’ was restricted only to nouns

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