The beautiful thing about English is that you don’t have to use such an awkward phrasing as “accused of having sex with an incapacitated woman against her will”. You can use only three words: “accused of rape.”
Christopher Carr questions the need for the new GED to test for arcane rules of grammar.
New languages seep into you—slowly at first, and then, suddenly, you begin to notice its influence. At least in the anecdotes, this frequently happens through the confusion of words as the mind is momentarily...