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language that does not offend. This phrase is normally used to criticise language that tries too hard not to offend, e.g. to talk of a short person as vertically-challenged.
a play intended to amuse and entertain, e.g. Twelfth Night (Shakespeare).
a main verb plus an adverb, often confused with a preposition, e.g. I ran over your bicycle. He...
a second main clause that is joined to a main clause by a co-ordinate conjunction, e.g. Lions...
a verb that forms its tenses in an irregular way, e.g. I go, I went, I have gone.