Monday, September 1, 2008

The Query

After reading the essay "My Idiolect," the Chapter wants to invite you to join the discussion or start a discussion of your own. For instance, a person's idiolect is the way he or she speaks--that is, the features most common in one's speech. Do you say the word "like" a lot? Do you use Spanglish or swap foreign words for English ones ? Do you say "I dunno"? These are all examples of your idiolect. Now, the Chapter would like to ask the following:

1. What is the most beautiful word in the English language?

2. What is your favorite verb or noun?

3.What is the sexiest word in Latin?

2 comments:

  1. The most beautiful word in the English language is mire.

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  2. 1. The word "almost" intrigues me with its strange beauty.
    2. Compassion.
    3. Still working on this one.

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