comprising the introductory material in or as if in a course of study (used postpositively): Economics 101; Life 101; It's Jungle 101 on a trip up the Amazon.
Apostrophes 101The apostrophe may be the most misunderstood punctuation mark in English—there are even websites dedicated to recording its misuse. Most punctuation marks fall between words to separate ideas or grammatical clauses, but the apostrophe is used within words and to combine multiple words. This small mark has two primary uses, signifying either 1. omitted letters or 2. possession. How to use apostrophes Some common English …
Are You a Bro?: Brocab 101Think back on this: 2007 was a big year for the bro. The famous phrase “Don’t tase me, bro!” catapulted into meme-status, and The Onion published a pristine piece called “Bro, You’re A God Among Bros” which parodied the tendency of bros (or brahs, if you prefer) to create portmanbros like Bromo sapien and brofessional. Over the last half a decade, we’ve seen the rise …
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Origin of 101
First recorded in 1985–90
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