Tag Archives: Rebecca Boggs Roberts

October 28

THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS STANDARD ENGLISH by Rebecca Boggs Roberts

Cardigan. Estuary. Bask.   I have, I must admit, a giant crush on the English language. I am embarrassed to say it is the only language I know fluently. But English is extraordinary. We English speakers have stolen, borrowed, invented, flipped, adapted, coined, misused, repurposed, and dreamed up so many words for so many different […]