In English, most native speakers use redundancies regularly. This is when a word is added (sometimes for emphasis) but it actually has no meaning because it is a repetition. These, and similar expressions, should be avoided: absolutely sure, brief summary, …
Category: Funny English
I know that both British and American speakers of English use sloppy and incorrect language regularly, but here are two examples unique to US English that I have been hearing more and more recently. I wonder if they may become …
I can only imagine that it was a telephone interview on an unclear line.
Oh dear, the headline sentence is just thoughtless.
Well, this is just totally wrong! Does this newspaper have no editor? The word should be “ambidextrous”, not “amphibious”!