Have you ever wondered where some
of the expressions and sayings used in everyday language come
from? In fact, many of the words and phrases common in daily
English originate from a wide variety of sources such as
mythology, folklore, literature, religion, science, history,
superstition, old customs and practices, the language and culture
of other countries, and many more.
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Features grammar worksheets, provided free for teachers and parent-teachers to copy for their kids. Use them for teaching, reinforcement, and review. Looking for lesson plans? Many of these worksheets can serve as lessons. They're most appropriate for upper elementary through middle school years.
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A site devoted to origins of words and slang phrases. Includes a searchable list of etymologies of interesting words and phrases, which are selected because their origins are inherently interesting or some bit of folklore, sometimes true and sometimes false.