|Posted on October 27, 2017 at 5:00 PM|
There are no reasons to not know the proper forms of greeting and address of people one already knows or may meet, yet there is too much confusion by old and young, alike.
The young will “hey” you verbally, in social media and even in written correspondence, such as business emails and letters.
The old may have even learned to “hey” from the four well-dressed Brits in the sixties. After all, when Sir Paul sings “Hey Jude,” he doesn’t earn ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on September 27, 2017 at 11:55 AM|
My very first English lesson happened when I was about five in my Soviet Union pre-school.
Here’s what we were taught to sing:
Good morning, good morning, good morning to you.
Good morning, good morning, we are glad to see you.
I was obsessed with the sound of foreign words, which seemed to just roll off my tongue in a mysterious way.
It was the day when, I believe, I understood the blessing human beings have in understanding ...Read Full Post »