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The socialism of language

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When did subject-verb agreements become so unpopular?

The current state of language, the English language or any language for that matter, is not in good shape.

When I see words like “okay” simplified down to “k” or “what” becoming “wat,” it looks like our words are losing their muscle mass.

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