But the question is, should irregardless be used as a word in language or in written form? NPR has a story with the title, “Regardless Of What You Think, Irregardless Is A Word.” Since the word has been in constant …
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The English language doesn’t have a gender neutral, personal pronoun, so the word they is often used to convey gender neutrality when speaking or writing about someone who doesn’t claim a binary gender. Merriam-Webster Dictionary has done a data search …
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