Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing

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672 - How a Semicolon Brought Two Writers Together


Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer, authors of "Mr. Nice Guy," talk about how the semicolon brought them together, how they wrangle working as a writing team, and more.


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671 - Why We Have Both 'Color' and 'Colour'


British versus American spelling.


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670 - Equinox. Is Irish the Same as Gaelic?


Equinox. Is Irish the Same as Gaelic?


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668 - What's Wrong with 'These Ones'? Faith and Begorrah, We Have Irish Phrases for St. Patrick's Day!


What's Wrong with 'These Ones'? Faith and Begorrah, We Have Irish Phrases for St. Patrick's Day!


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667 - Why ducks say "quack-quack" in English but "ga-ga" in Japanese.


Why ducks say "quack-quack" in English but "ga-ga" in Japanese.


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666 - Double Negatives.


Double negatives aren't always wrong. You just need to use them carefully. We have five examples to get you started.


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665 - Language News Chat


Language News Chat


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664 - Benjamin Dreyer and His Unusual Pet Peeves


New York Times bestselling author Benjamin Dreyer talks about his pet peeves, how he found his voice, why his book largely ignores AP style, and more.


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663 - D-Day. Why I Want a Salad-Salad.


What does the "D" in "D-Day" mean? What makes a salad-salad different from a plain old salad?


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 2019-02-18  14m