As a linguist who studies Yiddish-influenced English, I’ve had a busy week. As soon as Arvind Mahankali won the Scripps National Spelling Bee with the word “knaidel,” the messages began to arrive. On facebook, through email, and in person, my friends, relatives, and colleagues...
Harrison Ford hospitalized after Santa Monica plane crash
Iran hints might not reject 10-year partial freeze of nuclear work
Jewish Women’s Conference allows women to let down their hair
Nisman’s ex-wife: Late AMIA prosecutor was murdered
PLO votes to cut security cooperation with Israel
Zhenya Gershman, ‘Larger Than Life’
Where is Obama’s grand vision?
What billionaires owe the Jewish community
ADVERTISEMENTPUT YOUR AD HERE
June 10, 2013 | 10:01 am
March 23, 2000 | 7:00 pmThe next time someone accuses you of interrupting, you might want to explain that you are not being rude: You're actually engaging in high-involvement cooperative overlapping.
Cooperative overlapping -- talking as another person continues to speak -- is typical of Jewish...