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"Are you all right there?"

"Are you all right there?" seems to be the new "Can I help you?" ...

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Bert Coules Jun 13, 2011

The boards are open!

I can post a new discussion. Was the threatened closure an April ...

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AmosBurke Apr 1, 2011

to David Crosbie

Thank you for all your interesting posts.

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Matthew Mar 31, 2011

Messageboard closures

To all our messageboard usersI’m the editor of the Radio 4 and ...

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Leigh Aspin Mar 31, 2011

More ghastly language on 'Today'.

Thursday 24th March, just before 09:00. If you were unfortunate ...

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NewellsOldBo y Mar 31, 2011

What is a county town?

I always thought Preston was the CT of Lancs and that is where ...

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Pumblechook Mar 31, 2011

OK?

Why OK?

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Pumblechook Mar 31, 2011

Basically ...

... has replaced "you know".25 x today already

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ladyhedgehog Mar 31, 2011

Industrial Language...

I'm sure that, at one time or another, we have all had jobs ...

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MAY-DAY Mar 31, 2011

100 words, 874 minutes

The Italian manager (or is it "coach"?) of the English ...

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Preacher Mar 31, 2011

SOS

Does it mean anything or just easy to send in Morse? CQD SOS de MGY.

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Pumblechook Mar 31, 2011

Is your home accent generally ...

Maybe it's a bit silly to start a new thread so soon before this ...

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Caro Mar 31, 2011

Why no podcast?

I'm not sure if this topic has been raised before but can ...

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Andy C Mar 31, 2011

RIP Me Capello

Word lover 'Maître Capello' né Jacques Capelovici died recently ...

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germinator Mar 30, 2011

Counting Backwards

First, second, third, fourth etc.... is there a punchy way to ...

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elderberry Mar 30, 2011

Balls on the air

One Ed Balls, a shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, in a broadcast ...

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Preacher Mar 30, 2011

Essential English Word of ...

What a horribly anglo-centric programme, you can only be ...

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Tegwch Mar 30, 2011

There's more than one 'R' ...

Why do many people who should know better persist in saying ...

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suatelatonan ti Mar 29, 2011

Inflexion

When my children were small, their favourite film was the Disney ...

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Pip Mar 28, 2011

A Sad Pedant Writes

After hearing the estimable BBC correspondent Bridget Kendall ...

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Rog Mar 28, 2011

A pence for your thoughts...

The widespread reports and discussions following the ...

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max joe Mar 27, 2011

How standardized must you be?

I am marking my son's English class's work. They are not top ...

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Caro Mar 27, 2011

Language and the State

Nobody has commented on the new Word of Mouth broadcast. I found ...

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David Crosbie Mar 27, 2011

'Looked-after children'

Is there some unwritten rule that terms used by various ...

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PetPig Mar 26, 2011

Grand -Neice or Great-Neice ...

As perhaps more etymological and more logical (IMNSHO) I argued ...

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Mr_Red Mar 26, 2011

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