Words : Frequently Asked Questions
Here is a List of Frequently Asked Questions about Words and our answers for them. English is spoken as a First Language by more than 300 million people throughout the world and used as a Second Language by many millions more. One in five of the world's population speaks English with a good level of competence and within the next few years the number of people speaking English as a Second Language will exceed the number of Native Speakers.
This could have a dramatic effect on the evolution of the language. In the process of being absorbed by new cultures, English develops to take account of local language needs, giving rise not just to new vocabulary but also to new forms of grammar and pronunciation.
At the same time, however, standardized Global English is spread by the media and the Internet.
The main regional standards of English are British, US and Canadian, Australian and New Zealand, South African, Indian and West Indian
Within each of these regional varieties a number of highly differentiated local dialects may be found.
This site try to include many regionalisms encountered in different English-speaking areas of the world.
This Page contains Frequently Asked Questions about English. To choose the question of your choice, simply browse the list of questions given below.
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• How do you describe a Person who does not eat meat, but eats fish?
• What is the word for an individual of arbitrary sex here?
• Besides Angry And Hungry, what is other English word that ends in -gry?
• Are there any Words with 5 Vowels in any order with no intervening...?
• I have read that the longest word is 1,909 letters long. Is this true?
• Is Bookkeeper the only word with 3 consecutive repeated letters?
• Is there a word for a Baby Hedgehog?
• Is there a term for the Study of Love?
• Is Deliverables a real word?
• Are there any words that only exist in the Plural Form?
• Are there any Word containing the same letter three times in a row?
• Are there any words that Rhyme With Orange?
• Are there words that contain The Letter Q without a U following it?
• Does Bimonthly mean twice a month or every two months?
• What is the feminine equivalent of Brethren?
• The name for a sentence that contains All 26 Letters of the alphabet:
• What are the Commonest English Words?
• What is the Third Word ending in -shion apart from cushion and fashion?
• Is there a word like Siblings for nephews and nieces collectively?
• Is there a word which describes the Fear of Friday the 13th?
• What is the collective term for a Group of Cats?
• What is the feminine equivalent of a Misogynist?
• What is the difference between Street and Road?
• What is the Longest English Word containing no letter more than once?
• What is the Frequency of Letters of the alphabet in English?
• Name of the common practice of forming A Word with 2 Capital Letters?
• What comes after Primary, Secondary, Tertiary?
• What is the feminine equivalent of Fraternal?
• Is there an Eight Letter Word with 5 Vowels in a row?
• What are the English Words which end in -dous?
• What is the Longest Word in the dictionary?
• What comes after once, twice, thrice?
• What is the longest one-syllable English word?
• What is the term used for a Prompt
• Name for a New Word coined by combining parts of existing words?
• What is the Name for a word that has Two Opposing Meanings?
• What is the word for a Fear Of?
• What is the opposite of Uxorious?
• What is the opposite of Nocturnal?
• What is the opposite of Juvenilia?
• What is the opposite of Hibernation?
• What is the opposite of Exceed?
• The Only Word in the English that ends with the letters -mt?
• What words in English containing two U’s in a row?
• What word contains the five vowels in the right order?
• The word for a word with more meanings based upon it's pronunciation?
• Unisex refer to something to do with both sexes, not just one sex. Why?
• What is the word for People Who Collect?
• What is the word for a word which is another word spelt backwards?
• The Word for words which sound like they are e.g. slush, slimy, etc.?
• The word that describes when two words that mean the opposite of each other are placed together?