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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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It seems as though most English speakers have to speak a language they don’t know: an apt metaphor for the political and ethical situations of our lives.
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It seems as though most English speakers have to speak a language they don’t know: an apt metaphor for the political and ethical situations of our lives.
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I recognize English to be my first language, but I’m not a native English speaker. Because of that, I've discovered how important English is to my life.
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I recognize English to be my first language, but I’m not a native English speaker. Because of that, I've discovered how important English is to my life.
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Unlike texting and calling, letters compose a long, uninterrupted monologue with a purpose: to communicate with someone you aren’t seeing in person.
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Unlike texting and calling, letters compose a long, uninterrupted monologue with a purpose: to communicate with someone you aren’t seeing in person.
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The punctuation mark has become childish, emphasizing the sentence that precedes it as well as sexism in society. I think it should be abolished.
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The punctuation mark has become childish, emphasizing the sentence that precedes it as well as sexism in society. I think it should be abolished.
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The human brain is capable of incredible things. Research shows that our brains can unscramble words due to an ability to make predictions based on context.
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The human brain is capable of incredible things. Research shows that our brains can unscramble words due to an ability to make predictions based on context.
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To youths in the 20th century, graffiti represented their identities, from the names they used to the artwork that helped them identify with one another.
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To youths in the 20th century, graffiti represented their identities, from the names they used to the artwork that helped them identify with one another.
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Whether for clarifying audio or for learning a new language, subtitles undeniably contribute significantly to the quality of the viewer experience.
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Whether for clarifying audio or for learning a new language, subtitles undeniably contribute significantly to the quality of the viewer experience.
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I often wonder how hard it can possibly be to pronounce or remember my first name. It’s Glorace. Not Grace. Why can't people ever remember? How many times do I have to correct them, which is unpleasant for me and embarrassing for them?
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I often wonder how hard it can possibly be to pronounce or remember my first name. It’s Glorace. Not Grace. Why can't people ever remember? How many times do I have to correct them, which is unpleasant for me and embarrassing for them?
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As both a copy editor and an English major, I have read a lot of people’s writing. I’ve discovered writing styles that I really enjoy, and I’ve discovered a whole set of writing pet peeves.
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As both a copy editor and an English major, I have read a lot of people’s writing. I’ve discovered writing styles that I really enjoy, and I’ve discovered a whole set of writing pet peeves.
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Here’s a judgmental list of seven words with different American and British spellings, based on which versions make the most sense.
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Here’s a judgmental list of seven words with different American and British spellings, based on which versions make the most sense.
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