Can you explain about 'Figures of Speech' in English language?
A figure of speech is an expression, such as a metaphor or a simile, that uses words in an non-literal or unusual way. Examples: "All the world is a stage" or "abs like a six-pack."
by gadhka6 months ago
i am somali i learn english language for i want to ask you how i can improve my second language?
by ngureco6 years ago
Do You Get Concerned On How SMS Texting Is Killing The English Language?
by Eugene Brennan8 months ago
Why is There No Plural of "You" in the English Language?
by Cathy5 years ago
Do you have a favorite word in the English Language?For example, mine is facetious because it uses all the vowels.
by Sondra Rochelle3 years ago
I'm sorry if this post offends anybody, but I am really getting tired of people who basically are non English speakers showing up, throwing a hub together without expending any effort to read the forums or the learning...
by Frank P. Crane5 years ago
Are hubs monitored for proper use of the English language?I have been reading some very awkwardly worded hubs lately. Syntax is weird and grammar is horrible. I know we have some hubbers whose first language is...
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