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a group of consonants with no intervening vowel, e.g. /st/ or /fl/.
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for questions about the voiced and voiceless dental fricatives.
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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.
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frequency - questions about the frequency of a letter, a word, a pronunciation, or other things in English.
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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,…
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glyphs added to a letter, present in many languages, that have different uses.
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normal in obituaries, but not normal in other kinds of speech or writing. Obituaries are brief formal biographies of people who have recently died.
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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…
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the categories to which words are traditionally assigned: noun, pronoun, verb, article, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction and expletive are the ol…
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the rhythm, stress, and intonation of speech.
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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.
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end a letter or message
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a verb used only with a formal subject, and expressing an action that is not attributed to a specific subject.