The next time you tear open a bag of Ramen noodles for a quick dinner, think about how the food we eat may have changed the way we talk. Writer’s Relief learned that, according to NPR: Processed foods get blamed for a lot of things. But this week, a group of linguists...
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Think hemming and hawing are signs of enervated elocution? Think again! In this NPR article found by Writer’s Relief, we learned that new linguistic studies show that “um” and “ah” and “uh” are much more than useless sounds: The evidence shows we also...
Independence Day is a great time for Americans to take a moment and reflect on the laws that allow us to freely explore our creative potential—and then publish what we’ve written! The freedom to write what we want without censorship (and to read what we want) has a...
Language is often considered a characteristic that differentiates humans from other creatures. But new research is showing that language vocalizations may not be a strictly human phenomenon. According to an article from the Washington Post... “We don’t know exactly...
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