Category Archives: Humour

Eggcorns. Chalk full o’ fun.

What are eggcorns? …for all intensive purposes …happen all over sudden …focus on day-today https://t.co/4vDjx1XchU pic.twitter.com/Uhqd8OYYlH — Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) December 29, 2015  

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The White House Correspondents’ Dinner (a.k.a. “Nerd Prom”)

Dear Americanists, these are your must-watch video clips this weekend. The White House Correspondents’ Dinner is an annual dinner organized by the White House Correspondents’ Association (an organization of journalists who cover the activities of the White House and the … Continue reading

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Active vs. Passive Voice

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Crash Course

With the end of the winter term just around the corner, most of you are probably busy preparing for your exams. Do not let the internet get in your way (too late if you’re reading this…), unless it will actually … Continue reading

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Peak-a-boo!

Check out the grammar section at theoatmeal.com for more language-related comics!

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Good Old-fashioned Puns…

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What’s The Most Important Thing About Halloween?

…Candy, of course. If you really need to be reminded of this, watch Jimmy Kimmel’s annual Halloween YouTube challenge. For the past three years, TV host Jimmy Kimmel has asked parents across the US to film their children’s reaction to … Continue reading

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