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Style is about clarity, not pomposity

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Willis, the guy of ‘Mind Your Language’ on KTN, is different. The way he speaks, how he gestures and chuckles.

Style is about clarity, not pomposity

By Pharaoh Ochichi | 5 years ago

Common phrases lose their value through distortion

Common phrases lose their value through distortion

To be ‘taken aback’ means to be disconcerted or disappointed.

Alexander Chagema | 3 years ago

Why we should avoid colloquialism in formal communication

During commercial breaks, it has become common to hear television news anchors and program presenters say; ‘ I will be back in a bit, don’t go away’, By all accounts, ‘be back in a bit’ (‘be back in a little bit’), are informal expressions.

Alexander Chagema | 3 years ago

Difference between metaphors and idiomatic expressions

Individuals sometimes create their own perceptions of certain words; attaching wrong meanings

Alexander Chagema | 3 years ago

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