We do it every day, make it with our hands every day, do it with thousands of people throughout our lifetimes, and it is one of the most powerful things you can do with your mouth, yet it is possibly the one true gift of being human that we think the least about: talking, using language.
??One thousand? contains the letter A, but none of the words from one to nine hundred ninety-nine has an A.?
I think that one’s fairly self-explanatory.
A most beautiful example of the power of language: true stories told in only one sentence.
If you think that lettering is merely for the creation of words in combination to tell a tale, don’t forget that there’s a more aesthetic side to it all as well.
Linguistic and alphabetic curiosities that maybe you can help solve.
Simple explanations for common mistakes.
What would English be like if it borrowed nothing from other languages? This could help clear that issue up . . . or make it more confusing.
Sentio aliquos togatos contra me conspirare.
Clap your hands, say yeah!