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Zantoon Trifle

Saskatoon Berry Soup on Bannock …makes Zantoon Trifle! an Invented Name One of the  women at the Cree language lesson I attended – where I got to eat this amazingly delicious dessert – invented the word Zantoon as I was photographing

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Linguistic Conundrum: Is the English Subjunctive Outdated?

Guest Post by Damien Venuto Truth be told… yes and no. I vaguely remember my English grammar teacher talking about the subjunctive, but I didn’t really have the foggiest idea what it was until I started to learn French and

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