coffee clutch vs coffee klatsch, coffee klatch : Common Errors in English

About coffee clutch vs coffee klatsch, coffee klatch

“Coffee klatsch” comes from German Kaffeeklatschmeaning “coffee chat.” This is a compound word of which onlyone element has been translated, with the other being left in itsoriginal German spelling.Many people anglicize the spelling further to “coffeeklatch” or “coffee clatch.” Either one is lesssophisticated than “coffee klatsch,” but not too likely tocause raised eyebrows.“Coffee clutch” is just a mistake except when used as adeliberate pun to label certain brands of coffee-cup sleeves or to namea cafe.
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