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a group of consonants with no intervening vowel, e.g. /st/ or /fl/.
for questions about the voiced and voiceless dental fricatives.
A False Friend, also know as False Cognate, is a word that, in one language, sounds (and may even be spelled) the same as a word from another language, but actually has a different meaning.
frequency - questions about the frequency of a letter, a word, a pronunciation, or other things in English.
relative to the speaker or listener in a given context: 'come' and 'go' as well as their causative counterparts 'bring' and 'take'. Seemingly simple but quite complex,…
glyphs added to a letter, present in many languages, that have different uses.
normal in obituaries, but not normal in other kinds of speech or writing. Obituaries are brief formal biographies of people who have recently died.
For questions about all verb types except auxiliary verbs. Lexical verbs are "content" verbs, expressing a state, action, etc. while auxiliary verbs are "function" verbs, adding grammatical or functio…
the categories to which words are traditionally assigned: noun, pronoun, verb, article, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction and expletive are the ol…
the rhythm, stress, and intonation of speech.
An [auto antonym](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auto-antonym) Is a word with 2 meanings that are antonyms. Use this tag for questions abut which meaning a word has in a given context.
end a letter or message
a verb used only with a formal subject, and expressing an action that is not attributed to a specific subject.