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A column in which Barbara Wallraff resolves langauge disputes.
What Global Language?, November 2000
The conventional wisdom holds that English is destined to be the world's lingua franca -- if it isn't already. But experts who make language their business see a far more complicated picture. Don't throw away those Berlitz tapes.
Peeping in Peace, September
Not only New England has fall foliage worth traveling to see -- Canada's uncrowded Maritime Provinces do too.
Two Kinds of Paradise, October
The Caribbean island of Nevis is a relative latecomer to the tourist trade, which works to both your and its advantage.
A Movable Feast, February
The author decides during a trip to France that traveling by barge is superior
to any other manner of touring.
A review of A Dance to the Music of Time, by Anthony Powell.
Travel With MsGrammar, the transcript of an online conference in which the author answers a wide array of
questions about travel and travel writing.
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