Author Archives: Ronald Green

About Ronald Green

Born in London, now living in Israel, I have an M.A. in Linguistics with post graduate studies in linguistics and philosophy at Oxford University. As a university lecturer and ESL teacher, I have lectured and given workshops in Europe, North and South America and the Middle East on linguistics, ESL and the use of the Internet in education. I have had 13 ESL books published.. My short stories have been published in Nuvein magazine, Tryst, Aesthetica, the Sink and Unholy Biscuit. I hve completed a philosophical novel, “Outside In” and a psychological thriller, “Mind…the shattered gap”, with strong philosophical underpinnings. My non-ficton book “Nothing Matters - a book about nothing” (Iff Books) was published on August 26, 2011. I am writing a non-fiction book tentatively titled “The Now Delusion”, and planning a non-fiction work on Facebook and the Internet.

The weight of punctuation

It all started with an apostrophe. Well, not all, of course. There is talk of the Big Bang or God or something else that started it all off. By “all”, I mean this current thought. I did something I never, … Continue reading

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What’s “IFF”? (Why not “IF”?)

I have it on good authority that it’s not a case of misspelling (mis-spelling? Not miss pelling, though, which would have to be ms pelling in our politically correct world. But I digress…), nor of a shaky finger on the … Continue reading

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