New York Mag — A year ago, I took the time to answer a survey of my friends and family in the United States about their English-speaking friends and relatives.
Well, I can tell you that I had to ask.
There’s a pretty high degree of overlap between English-speakers in the U.S. and those in Australia.
And that’s because both countries have a lot of people who speak English fluently.
So, what about the two languages that have a lower level of linguistic similarity between their populations?
For the last 15 years, I’ve been writing a blog called The Lonely Speakers, which explores the ways in which the English language can have a negative impact on our lives and on our relationships with one another.
It’s a look at the language barriers that exist in our relationships and in the way we communicate.
When it comes to our language, we have to be honest with ourselves.
We all know that we are all different, but the truth is, there is a certain way in which we all share our vocabulary and our vocabulary is unique to us.
Our shared language is not a one-size-fits-all formula.
The Lonely Speaker’s main mission is to make sure that our language is used as part of a healthy relationship, so that we can all live our lives in peace, happiness, and contentment.
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