: Identify and define a word you either have heard used or use yourself that maybe wasn’t around a few years ago.

THERE ARE TOTAL OF TWO PARTS FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT.
PLEASE SEPARATE THE ANSWERS FOR EACH PART.
EX) PART 1) —— PART 2)—–
PART 1)
As we learn more about language, we begin to observe language and communication in a new way. The waylanguage changes over time is a particularly interesting point of study.
This Atlantic article, entitled, “Teens aren’t Ruining Language (Links to an external site.) from 2016 discusseslanguage changes and how new words develop, evolve, and fall in and out of “hipness”. (An added bonus of thisarticle being from 2016 is that we can see how the years that have passed have affected the words they discuss.)
https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2016/01/blatantly-budge-and-other-dead-slang/431433/
Read the article and watch the two short videos within, then share with the class your discussion of the followingtopics:
Part 1: Select an excerpt from the article or one of the videos that you found to shine insight on how languagechanges and comment on it’s relevance and why you found it interesting.
Part 2: Identify and define a word you either have heard used or use yourself that maybe wasn’t around a few years ago.
PART 2)
A U.S. gymnast said the following during an Associated Press interview:
“All the girls were like, ‘You can do it, it’s fine.’ I was like, ‘C’mon, guys. I’m fine.’ I’m like, ‘Ok, I’ve done this routine so many times.”‘
Questions: Do you or does anyone you know use the word “like” in this way? Why do you think this use is socommon today? Is this type of language appropriate in the workplace? Explain.