Sometimes you have to put away your past. You don’t forget it but you just need to move on to the next stage in your life. Sort of like when you finished high school football or university — you remember the good times but realize that there is a different future ahead. The English language is complex with words carrying different meanings based on their use. These words are called “homographs.” The spelling is the same but the meaning is different. Examples would be “lie” or “tear.” Speaking of homographs and moving on, this month, the Saskatchewan town of Tisdale decided…
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