September 29, 2023

Iconic Sycamore Gap Tree Near Hadrian’s Wall Was Discovered Cut Down

When we think of iconic landmarks, manmade structures are usually the first ones that come to mind. However, natural wonders like Mount Fuji in Japan and the Grand Canyon in the United States are so well known that they are also symbolic of their countries. In the UK, the Sycamore Gap Tree—named after its position between two hills—was one such landmark.

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September 22, 2023

Linguists Discover “Miami English” as New Language Dialect Thriving in Southern Florida

All languages have nuances. Though we may study grammar and vocabulary in school, languages are not set in stone—they are alive. It's this evolving quality that allows us to build new terms that best express our current reality or add new meanings to the words we already have. This mutation of speech goes even further, constructing new dialects as a result of an ever-changing society.

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