Google English

Make Google your English teacher, advises Jim Stroud of EnglishCafe.

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  1. I think it’s tongue-in-cheek . . . . . isn’t it?

  2. Robert Wright says:

    No, I don’t think it’s tongue-in-cheek.

    It’s simply a pathetic, content-challenged site.

  3. May I ask to what site you are referring to Robert?


  4. When I write emails in foreign languages, I often Google phrases if I’m not sure what I’m writing is natural. The results generally point me in the right direction.

  5. GoogleMaster says:

    I stopped reading when I got to “asterix”. Of course, since Google probably told him that “asterix” was more popular than “asterisk”, that’s what he decided was correct.

  6. GoogleMaster, 30 seconds of research before you post something like that would help raise the level of this discussion.

    Asterix: 9.470,000 hits
    Asterisk: 18,000,000 hits.

    Anyway, that methodology is not being suggested.