Monster Words

monster words

Let’s talk about monster words. Can you think of some monstrously long words? 

Apart from the name of ‘that Welsh town that’s almost impossible to pronounce’ (Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch), which has 58 letters, you’ll probably think of antidisestablishmentarianism (28 letters).

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Rethink Communications – 6 Cool Tips

rethink communications

It’s summer – at least, in the Southern Hemisphere it is. And the New Year is a good time to prepare for the year ahead and rethink communications.

Are you still on a holiday break? Or perhaps you’re back at work, experiencing the post-festivities lull before everything speeds up again.

Either way, here are 6 cool tips to help you be the ‘hot ticket’ this summer (or any time).

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Trite: Just Tired And Worn Out

If you were to ask one hundred people for the definition of ‘trite’, I predict a large percentage would say it means ‘silly’, ‘superficial’, ‘inconsequential’, ‘trivial’ or something similar. That’s not what it means, though.

We can use one or more of those words to describe something which also happens to be trite, but the words aren’t directly related. None of the words is a synonym of ‘trite’.

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