1 I think lawyers mistakenly believe complex language enhances the mystique of the law.
2 Not long ago, a foreign visitor whose English is extremely good told me of his embarrassment in a tea shop.
3 Meanwhile individual schools are moving on their own to redress the imbalance between teaching and research.
4 We have created a faculty of scholars frequently so narrow in their studies and specialized in their scholarship they are simply incapable of teaching introductory courses.
5 Then the players find out the lottery is not particularly good bet and they find other forms of gambling.
6 The English language is in very good shape. It is changing in its own undiscoverable way, but it is not going rotten like a plum dropping off a tree.
7 There has always been a close cultural link, or tie between Britain and English-speaking America, not only in literature but also in the popular arts, especially music.
8 We must just make the best of things as they come along.
9 But once I made the decision, I went at it with all flags flying.
10Autumn’s mellow hand was upon the woods, as they owned already, touched with gold and red and olive.