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Lists of confusing words which are clarified for both native speakers and those who are learning English as a second language.
One forgets words as one forgets names.
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What are the rewards of knowing more about the historical formations of English words?
With most English words there are stories involving the studies of languages; such as, Latin, Greek, Sanskrit, and many others
All of us can experience a sense of discovery and wonder in learning the background of a word which previously held superficial or shallow significance; so such studies may be both educational and entertaining.
Each analysis of a word is presented from the view point of etymology; that is, from the meaning of the word according to its origin.
The Latin word for dog, canis, gives rise to the word for a bird, a canary. Why? The Latin word for a little mouse gives rise to the English word muscle. The English word for school comes from a Greek word for leisure. Only women can become hysterical; only men can be virtuous; etymologically speaking. Why?
Continued at this English History page.
Science and Technology as Influenced by Humans
The world is quite different today than it was even a century ago because over past hundred years our knowledge of the way science works has increased enormously and with it our ability to apply that knowledge to everyday problems (technology) has changed the way many of us live.
Science and technology touch every aspect of the lives of multitudes of people in our world which means that most of us, not just specialists, need to know something about the main features of the sciences that affect our lives, without overwhelming readers with technical complexities.
This Get Words site is dedicated to improving the methods of communication between people on a global scale. Scientists can easily get together today with the improved methods of transportation and communication, culminating in the better use of learning via the internet in which all of science and the entire world can be in constant and instant touch with each other.
Continued at this Science and Technology page.
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