The Lousy Linguist
Notes on linguistics and cognition
Saturday, July 24, 2010
Cameron's English is "clipped"
The Economist's quasi-lingo-blog
analyzes the speech of David Cameron. They discover that it is
leaves formal grammar struggling in his wake
I find the Economist's analysis sloppy, lacking distinction,
whatever the opposite of "clipped" is
, meandering, tedious, sniveling, macro-phrasal...sigh.
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