Neglected new words to be captured in Harvard’s digital ‘fossil record’
Teen slang is winding people up again. It may not work in a merchant bank but it’s just another example of language’s restless evolution.
Former dashing secret agent becomes whingeing old git in another unwinnable battle against language development.
You might not have been Tangoed, but have you been Kofied?
The publication today of new research claiming that child text addicts have high levels of literacy may surprise some parents. But not those who read the report last year, or the year before that, or the year before that.
New language lessons for Cornish toddlers begin this month
You almost certainly know three words of the Scots language. But 85 per cent of Scottish people claim to use much more of the language when socialising
The Times letter that tells why the church gave way to a congregation