Etymology: The origins of English words and phrases. Anchor/Reporter NBC and CBS Networks. News Director 3 Regional Radio Stations.
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Hello! I hope you are having a fine week, The word 'quality' appears in English in the 14th Century. It stems from the Latin word 'qualitatem' said to be coined by Cicero ( borrowed from Greek)
Hello, I hope you're having a fine week, All three expressions; Yours Sincerely, Yours Faithfully and Sincere Regards are all fully acceptable CLOSINGS to a business letter. The
Hello, and welcome to the weekend, 'Candid Camera' appeared on U.S.television for many years as well. Well before that time, the word 'candid' had come to be used in connection
Hello, I hope that you're having a fine week, All language evolves. Every new word since time immemorial was created by some person or persons. At what point do we say Halt! The official language
Hello, I hope you are having a fine weekend. First of all , please forgive the delayed response. I have not been well and I neglected to inform allexperts that I would be indisposed for a while.