Why are you your own worst proofreader? And how can you fix that?
Just a reminder that we’re already accepting applications for our summer courses in Latin, Greek, and Hebrew. Our application is free. Also, in case you haven’t heard, we offer a limited number of $500 scholarships to those who apply by our early application deadline (April 1). Apply here. Apply today.
“You listen to Simon and Garfunkel?” she asked. “I think that makes you a hipster.”
“No,” I said, “the fact that I listen to Simon and Garfunkel means
Why do we love words? Why do we even use words? What’s language and human speech all about, anyway? — Augustine of Hippo suggests one possible answer. In his work On Christian Teaching, while developing a theory of signs and language, Augustine makes a distinction between “natural” and “given” signs. “Natural” signs happen without any intention,
Two years ago today we launched our Facebook page! It was the culmination of our efforts to establish an internet presence, following closely the launch of our Google+ page and this website. Though the idea and the planning of the Philology Institute came months before, this is the closest thing we have to a birthday. We’ve come