The King's English
Bookshop, for example, has fared well with its online bookstore for years, and it's expanding services all the time.
Oh, how they must rue the loss of Empire, when pith-helmeted chappies in khaki shorts could insist at the crack of a rhino-whip that the natives spoke the King's English
in their presence.
He also wrote The King's English
and worked on the Concise Oxford Dictionary and the 'pocket' Oxford dictionaries.
I'm just a humble rodent who speaks the King's English
, reads the classics, remembers everything I see and hear, and learns faster than an MIT freshman pumped up on Mountain Dew and lattes for an all-nighter.
One might refer to the horribility of forcing everyone to speak the King's English
It should also be noted that the heroes of the novella (Washington, Listwell, and Grant) use a flawless form of the King's English
, in stark contrast to the profane, grammatically incorrect slang used by the story's racist characters.
Strafford's trial at Westminster, orchestrated by Protestants and Catholics from Ireland, Scottish Covenanters and the King's English
opponents, highlights the importance of the interconnections between the Stuart kingdoms.
I suppose it comes with the trade-constantly noticing the silent, yet all-out, assault on the King's English
His heroes and heroines don't whine, don't curse, and even though they're raised in the company of foul-mouthed, cockney villains, they speak the King's English
When you enter The King's English
Bookshop, you're greeted by the welcoming chime of a set of bells that hang from the door--the same bells that have hung from the door of the Sugar House store since it opened more than 35 years ago.
Since we have a way of garbling the King's English
, muster has over time been misinterpreted as "mustard.
Fellows of Infinite Tongue': Henry V and the King's English
You were told to speak the King's English
, to the point where you were threatened," he said.