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While swear words in every language are different, they generally fall into one of two categories. Swear words are usually either deistic (i.e. related to religion) or visceral (i.e. related to the human body and its functions). In fact these two categories encompass most swear words in English.Do curse words from the 1950s have a place in our vocabulary?
Charming, fun, and yet just the right amount of salty, curse words from the 1950s have a certain extra somethin' that many modern day insults seem to lack. Our four letter words and other caustic phrases get the point across, and they certainly have a place in our vocabulary.How many swear words do people say in a day?
One analyses of recorded conversations among native English speakers reveal that people say around 80 swear words each day. That is 0.5% of all the words spoken in a day. People of course vary in their use of swear words from 0% to around 3%.Is 'could not' the worst swear word?
It is wrong to say this word, but somehow it affects people so much. I hear this word three or four times daily. I hear it said because I live in Yorkshire and people shorten 'could not' twice here and it sounds just the same. It is deemed to be the worst swear word and I guess, rightly so.