Bluebird or a Blue Bird?
August 5, 2013
How do you know when two adjacent words should be a compound word and when they should remain separate? LSA English Professor Anne Curzan examines how we can easily hear when two words should become compound, but reveals that spelling these combinations is often anything but simple.
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Video production by Natalie Condon and Chloe Hill.
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