'If it doesn't have a tail, it's not a monkey, even if it has a monkey kind of shape, if it doesn't have a tail it's not a monkey, if it doesn't have a tail it's not a monkey it's an ape.' 'But a kite has a tail...' 'Then it's a monkey!'
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Geography shock! The world looks much different than it appears on a map. In fact, you can't rely on maps at all to depict what countries really look like in terms of size. Here's why: Early cartographers struggled to put our 3D planet on a two-dimensional map and so Gerardus
American English is Changing Fast - William Labo YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aL0--f89Qds William Labov, Profesor of Linguistics at University of Pennsylvania and author of Dialect Diversity in America, joins David to discuss the various and changing dialects and accents spoken in American English, and the political and economic factors in those dialects.