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English Literature

English: A Dead Language?

By 2120, British English will be dead, or at least it will be if we are to believe Matthew Engel. In...

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English Literature

The Problem With ?The?

In the second US presidential debate, Republican nominee Donald Trump repeatedly used the definite a...

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Linguistics

Where Are Our Accents Going?

The UK is known for its diversity of accents – but new research suggests everything could be head...

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Chemistry

Remembering The Periodic Table Just Got More Difficult

Four new elements have been added to the periodic table – 113, 115, 117 and 118. These elements, a...

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Linguistics

The Emoji Bible

A new version of the Bible is available – the emoji Bible. Created by the @BibleEmoji Twitter ...

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English Literature

Shakespeare in 140 Characters

This year marks the 400 year celebration of one of Britain’s most famous playwrights, William Shak...

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Archaeology and Anthropology

How Do I Say ‘No’ In Mandarin?

According to new research published in the May issue of the journal Cognition, you may not need to....

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Economics

Which Presidential Candidate Is ‘Money Bags’?

Blend, a group chat app, has recently analysed 250,000 of its users conversations around the US elec...

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English Literature

‘They’ As A Singular Pronoun

The American Dialect Society has announced their 2015 Word of the Year – ‘they’, used as a sin...

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Archaeology and Anthropology

On The Tip Of Your Tongue

The Journal of Positive Psychology recently released an article outlining the 216 ‘untranslatable...

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Engineering

Typing in French? Don’t Use A French Keyboard

The French Ministry of Culture were recently quoted as saying it is “practically impossible to wri...

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Computer Science

The Word Of The Year? An Emoji

The ‘Face with Tears of Joy’ emoji has been named as the Oxford Dictionaries’ Word of the Year...

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