I detest it when English-speakers misuse the word “whence.” In very basic terms, it means “where from” or “from where.” Yet, English speakers and writers, even the highly educated, continually use the word “from” with “whence.” You will hear “from whence did it come?” Argh. We are being redundant. “From where from” is improper English grammar, people. Stop it. Why the grammatical rant? Because I … Continue reading Whence come you?