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Less Cardonnay more Chardonnay.
It all boils down to how Australians feel about the c-word.
Frank van Delft
Without warning, he gave a whole speech in Chinese.
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The language you use probably gives away how you feel about an issue.
Australia's mother tongue was not English.
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"I don't want my word choices determined by an algorithm or FOMO."
Showing genuine compassion is the key.
'There is no cow on the ice' in Swedish means 'don't worry'.
Me, myself and I are most definitely not interchangeable.
When science fiction author Ted Chiang first got the idea for "Story of Your Life," the fictional work that would eventually be adapted into the Oscar-nominated movie "Arrival," he knew he wasn't read...
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It's the origin of terms like 'boned' and 'pulled up'.
It’s the 'bae' of the 19th century.