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Changing English one Thumb at a Time

June 17, 2014

A dead language is one that doesn’t evolve or change. English, on the other hand, is constantly changing. This infographic provides information for how English changes and evolves and the contribution that texting and technology has to the change. Source

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10 Interesting Word & Phrase Facts

February 10, 2013

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Kaplan International Covent Garden School

December 28, 2012

An infographic looking at the statistics of students at Kaplan International’s Covent Garden school. Source

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How many words are there in the English language?

December 24, 2012

I’ve been reading [read as: listening to the audiobook of] The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood by James Gleick the past few days. It is an awesome read (listen) so far. In one section he talks about language and the creation of Morse Code, or more specifically, that the letter “t” was the […]

How English Language Has Changed Over The Years

How English Language Has Changed Over The Years

December 2, 2012

Languages that don’t change over time are considered dead languages. The fact that English changes so much, shows that it is alive and well. Because English has changed over time, speakers of 1500 AD would not have understood an English speaker from 500 AD or the modern day English spoken today. Source

Top Languages on the Internet

Top Languages on the Internet

November 23, 2012

The infographic lists the top languages on the Internet, countries highlighted are chosen due to the official status of a listed language in the country. Also includes tables on internet penetration by l language and world population of language (listed). Source

Subjunctive: I Wish I Were

Subjunctive: I Wish I Were

November 21, 2012

“I wish I were” and “I wish I was”: which of these is proper in English? Both are proper, they are not interchangeable, and each has a purpose. Luckily, the differences are simple. Source

Troublesome words

Troublesome words

November 17, 2012

Homonyms in English are strange little words that sound similar but are spelled differently and have different meanings. These can be tricky, and not just for those learning English as a second language, even those who have spoken the language since birth can confuse them from time to time. Here are some common homonyms and […]

Lifestyle of an Average British family

Lifestyle of an Average British family

November 12, 2012

We created this infographic for our client Alert me, it covers interesting aspects of british families: finance, bills and lifestyle. Source

10 Funniest Online Terms

10 Funniest Online Terms

August 31, 2012

Technology has claimed its own corner of English, and it’s not without humor. Here are 10 of the funniest words and terms from the “interwebz”. Source

10 Commonly Misunderstood Words in English

10 Commonly Misunderstood Words in English

August 16, 2012

A look at the 10 most commonly misunderstood words in English, comparing the most common misconceptions to the true meanings. Source

What Shapes Our Language?

What Shapes Our Language?

July 26, 2012

How does our English evolve and what affects it? Learn how new words get added to the lexicon and how the language grows, shrinks, and changes with its usage and how new words are born. Source