Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing

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722 - 'Math' or 'Maths'? Irregular Verbs.


Have you ever wondered why the British say "maths" and "in hospital" and Americans say "math" and "in the hospital"? We have some answers. Also, we look at why the most common verbs tend to be irregular.


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721 - Verbing Nouns. 'It Is I' or 'It Is Me'?


Alan wonders what to think about his co-workers "solutioning" problems. Also, we investigate whether you should tell people "It is I" or "It is me."


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720 - Getting Your Tricky Conditionals Right. Wheelhouse.


We think there are better ways to talk about conditionals (such as "If Squiggly knew the answer...") than to use the vague terms first, second, and third conditionals. Also we look at why people talk about things being "in their wheelhouse."


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719 - Why 'Literally' Doesn't Mean 'Literally' Anymore. Video Games for Language Learning.


Why 'Literally' Doesn't Mean 'Literally' Anymore. Video Games for Language Learning.


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718 - Writing Scripts and Speeches. Ask and Aks.


Writing for speech is different from writing for print. It can be tricky.


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717 - Words that Sound Funny


Words that Sound Funny


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716 - What's Up With Words That Are Spelled the Same but Sound Different?


SUS-pect and sus-PECT. IN-valid and in-VALID. English is filled with words that are spelled the same but sound different. We dug in and found a few interesting reasons.


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715 - POV. Plus 'Tinderella,' 'phubbing,' and more words at the intersection of relationships and technology.


We rock. You rock. They rock. Understanding point of view in fiction. "Tinderella," "phubbing," and more words at the intersection of relationships and technology.


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714 - Eponyms: Cardigan, Dunce, Quisling, and More.


The fascinating stories of words that are named after people.


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713 - More Apostrophe Mayhem. Dyslexia Writing Tips


Apostrophes in Words that End in "S" and How to Write for People with Dyslexia


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