719 – Why ‘Literally’ Doesn’t Mean ‘Literally’ Anymore. Video Games for Language Learning.

If you hate how people misuse words like “literally” and “awesome,” at least you can learn that there's a name for that kind of misuse: semantic bleaching. Also, have you ever considered using World of Warcraft or Final Fantasy XIV to learn a language? Research says maybe you should!

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