Have you heard that one? Someone saying "a whole 'nother" in place of "a whole other" or "another"? I hear it frequently. The English language really is becoming "a whole…
I have been listening to the dreamiest of voices, almost sexy. She was presenting at a meeting and sounded young and had a beautiful lilt, but spoke with authority and held the attention of others. She knew her stuff and was extremely intelligent, using words that I would probably have to look up to include in my vocab. And then it happened.
I often hear people say, "I'm no good at spelling." Is it possibly just another skill that must be learned through practice, much like any other skill?
'Silos' has been a bit of a buzzword for a while now, as we work increasingly isolated from one another. Wouldn't you just love to know who said that first and how on earth it caught on?