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Paul McHenry Roberts (1917-1967) taught college English for over twenty years, first at San Jose State College and later at Cornell University. He wrote numerous books on linguistics, including Understanding Grammar (1954), Patterns of English (1956), and Understanding English (1958). Paul also wrote this essay, which … Continue reading
Being happy in your life and being happy about your life are very different concepts. This is a result of the fact that you have, in a sense, two selfs. There is an experiencing self, who lives in the present, … Continue reading
From about 5 years old to somewhere between 18 and 30 years old, we’re asked to solve problems in some specific way in order to demonstrate we understand what the professor was paid to teach us. You’re allowed to use … Continue reading
Two newlyweds were spending their first Christmas together. Wanting to celebrate properly, the new wife asked her mother for the famous Christmas Ham recipe. The husband was excited. He watched as the wife prepared to dutifully follow the recipe. Curiously … Continue reading