June 5: L

L1: ‘Labas rytas’ - ‘good morning’ from tėtė (Lithuanian).
L2: lowercase L, a recent Blog of Note (English).
L3: I arrived to a free Lunch at the bureau (French).

Speaking of L: In language learning theory, the first language acquired is referred to as L1, the second language learned is known as L2, etc. As a sometime teacher, I must remember to refrain from discouraging people in public from using their L1 (if they wish to improve their English, that is). Yee called this an occupational hazard.

Until today, I was completely unaware of the lowercase L error. To now, I have only been irritatingly aware of illegal apostrophe's.

Today has brought to you by the letter L (and the number 3, of course).