"Whilst waiting for the newest of the new, the old rises again" (Referring to a brand logo)
Appropriate use of "whilst" or should it have been "while"?
Is it just me, or does anyone else think there is a word missing from the English language? There doesn't seem to be a suitable word for the singular of a person when you don't know if they are male or female. You can't use 'it' and 'they' is plural. For example we were discussing at work the filling of a new position, so when talking about what this person will be doing we said when 'he' starts, but it could also be a 'she'.
Anyone understand what I mean?
Tonight I saw on the same FB thread (different posters) dought (doubt) and unforchantly.
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