Bob Hope and Jimmy Cagney Tap You know what's really stunning about this? Neither of these guys became famous for dancing. Hope was, for a time, America's Comedian. And James Cagney was a great actor, one of the biggest movie stars of his era. But watching this clip, it's easy to believe that they both could have been just as big as song-and-dance men.
Φωτογραφία: Are you still looking for an easy way to remember when to use the words STILL, YET, and ALREADY? Then check out this American English at State graphic that explains these three words and their different uses! Write us example sentences using these words and share with us here. #AmericanEnglish
The Word Choices That Explain Why Jane Austen Endures
It is at the heart of Austen’s work: What is going on behind the veneer that politeness demands? These distinctive words, word clusters and grammatical constructions highlight her writerly preoccupations: states of mind and feeling, her characters’ unceasing efforts to understand themselves and other people. There’s a way to measure the acute emotional intelligence that has never gone out of style.
Language is all about communication, but sometimes we don't have the right word to describe something we're doing or experiencing, so we have to explain it in more complex terms. The people over at BuzzFeed have put together these cool infographics for 16 Japanese words that have no single equivalent word in English, but that we could really do with a word for! Awesome!