A few days ago

what are linguistic expression and borrowing words?

hi everyone,i want to know linguistic expression that is wrong and inappropriate.and it should contain the authentic linguistic expression.

secondly,words that have been borrowed from other languages.Explain their origin.What do you think is the basis for borrowing words from other languages.

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To who am I speaking: no I am sorry it should be to whom am I speaking. Who is out their? Or should I say – Whom is out there? This is inappropriate expression.

He ate spaghetti. Spaghetti was not originally English. Infact most words are not originally English. Scissors – Latin – scissor, one who cuts… or more correctly one whom cuts, English changes as do all languages. If one were to revert to pure English what language would most Americans speak presently?


A few days ago
Jon R
I’m not sure what you mean by “wrong and inappropriate.” Do you mean something suggestive or vulgar? Or something that is commonly used in the wrong context?

Part two – we borrow words primarily from immigrants who commonly use these words. For example, Americans adopted a number of Yiddish phrases and words in the late 19th Century and early 1900s.

Ex: “Chutzpah” means having courage