“Marshall McLuhan once said Canada is the world’s only country that knows how to live without an identity. What more is needed to bind us together than a dictionary with a 4,833-word entry for “eh” and an account of the profound nationalist meaning of “all-dressed” in both official languages?”
Anyone recall the first time they used the coinage “E-mail” for electronic mail? I’m happy it has evolved to email — the fewer hyphens the better.
Ah, the English language! Fun factoid for writers and grammar geeks — words with several meanings, some opposite. Check out this link: