Many bemoan the degradation of the use of the English language. Some say it is because people do not write letters anymore. Others point to the wave of texting with all of its abbreviations and incomplete words and sentences.
One of my faithful readers, Dionne in Loveland, made me aware of a
recent article about good English being dead, in the Washington Post. Gene Weingarten has a pieced worth reading. It points out that even newspapers are not immune from this sad trend relating to the use of the written word.
Do you have any examples?