More Queer Language

For all the language and word lovers who enjoyed my prior post, “Queer Language to Clear Language,” here is another one written along a similar vein.  It seems as though the English language delights as well as baffles us.  Singular and plural nouns can be really challenging for someone learning the English language.  Should I add an “s,” “es,” or change the form of the word?  Sometimes, the word is just left alone, as in sheep, deer, moose, fish, and shrimp.

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Faith Borkowsky, Owner and Lead Educational Consultant of High Five Literacy and Academic Coaching, is Orton-Gillingham trained and Wilson Certified, and has extensive training and experience in a number of other research-based, peer-reviewed programs that have produced positive gains for students with dyslexia, auditory processing disorder, ADD/ADHD, and a host of learning difficulties. 

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