Mia Walsh

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The origins of… ellipses, commas, and other punctuation marks

Everyone is now expected to add punctuation when writing, but that wasn’t always the case. It took centuries for the English language to build up the list of rules that has now become commonplace. Here’s a brief look at how we came to use these well-known punctuation marks.<p><b>Colons, commas, and</b> …

Linguistics

The world's weirdest beaches

Zendaya Brilliantly Calls Out Trolls That Call Her Parents Ugly

Life<p>by Emma Spedding | 28 08 2015<p>Zendaya Brilliantly Shuts Downs Trolls That Call Her Parents Ugly<p>Zendaya is making the internet a nicer place, one …

The eight simple secrets to bagging a free airline upgrade

Most air passengers will never experience anything but economy class.<p>Premium seats are shockingly unaffordable. Should you fancy a week in New York next month, travelling in first class with BA, for example, you'll need between £3,584 and £5,400 to do so. Dramatic, life-changing sums of money to …

How to banish back-seat boredom on a family road trip

Kids are not baggage – you can’t just sling them in the boot. I know because I’ve tried. A bored child can turn into an insufferable one when you are trapped together for hours in a claustrophobic car.<p>But don’t despair. Here are some of the ways you can prime their imaginations for a trip before …

Kids

How to go back to work after a summer holiday - and beat the blues

With the summer holiday season coming to an end, five experts share their tips to help you get your career back on track and find fulfilment at work<p>The summer holiday season is coming to an end and, for many of us, that September 'back to school' feeling is already encroaching.<p>Saying goodbye to the …

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