"Woke" was the Top Trending Word for 2019, reported the Global Language Monitor (GLM) just a few months before the last quarter of the year concluded. Paul JJ Payack, president and chief word analyst of GLM, explains the word: "In Progressive lingo, 'woke' describes an epiphany-like experience, where one is awakened to the call of social justice — and the failures of the past."
According to Paul JJ Payack, president and chief word analyst at the Global Language Monitor, the word 'Woke' and society's new identitarian outlook on life has been gathering steam for a decade and "sins of the past are now viewed in the context of the present as subjects to be rectified, awakened to the call of social justice."
According to Global Language Monitor, woke is the top trending of 2019. In 2019 Language became progressive, ever heard of the term progressive lingo? It's designed to offer an easier way to steadily build up your vocabulary. Woke' is describes as an epiphany-like experience, where one is awakened to the call of social justice — and the failures of the past.
Widely used on social media as a term to get motivated and increase awareness of one's surroundings. According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, woke is increasingly used as a byword for social awareness. Global Language Monitor has announced 'Woke' as the Top Word of the Year for 2019.
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I read this week that the Global Language Monitor now estimates there is a total of more than a million words in the English language. I wonder if the number of words used of that 1,025,109 has dropped drastically since the creation of texting.
According to the Global Language Monitor, the estimated number of words in the English language is 1,025,109. There is some controversy over that figure, but it's safe to say it is over a million.