A Sou is a colloquial French word which can translate to penny, money or cents The most common introduction to the word sou is when someone is penniless and they will say “Je n’ai pas de sou“. I don’t have a penny/cent. The currency sou has not been in [...]
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Ahoy mi hearties. Today we be learnin t’ speak like ye olde sea dog. Harrrrgh! Aarrr! To be speakin like a sea dog we be needin t’ learn some sea dog speak, Savvy? 1 T’be startin ye be needin a pirate voice Yarr!!!! Be sayin stuff like Yarr, Arggh [...]Read more ›
Vowels, vowels, vowels! That’s what it’s all about. The way the vowels are used give a language its distinct difference. Some languages like their words ending in vowels to make it flow and others don’t. 99% of languages hold a balance in most words of usually 2 vowels together [...]Read more ›
Eh speeeedy. Joo knoh wherever there is a mixing of Spanish people into English speaking culture, or English speakers into Spanish speaking culture the use of Spanglish starts to occur? It is usually more prevalent for those of the first generation in a new country. Children go to school [...]Read more ›