British English is not that much confined to the good old Isles. Many of its quirkiest features are always popping up in shows like Doctor Who, The IT Crowd, Black Mirror, Fresh Meat, Chewing Gum and so on and so forth, so this article might be worth taking a gander at.
This is a skeleton waiting for the flesh of your ideas.
It is oddly satisfying to complete an online exercise and be given the reward of a high score at the end. Here’s a bunch of them, so satisfaction, albeit odd, is guaranteed.
This riveting article from The Atlantic takes a closer look at the changes undergone by the youngest generation(s) owing to their continued exposure to smartphones. The piece extensively illustrates the language of change, such as “Around 2012, I noticed abrupt shifts in teen behaviors and emotional states.”. It also includes examples of comparisons, like when it states that today’s teens, a.k.a. Centennials, are “markedly less likely to get into a car accident.” Find out out more about the intriguing trends described while painlessly (yet mindfully) reviewing the vocabulary and grammar we’ve been working on / with these days.