Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing

Five-time winner of Best Education Podcast in the Podcast Awards. Grammar Girl provides short, friendly tips to improve your writing and feed your love of the English language. Whether English is your first language or your second language, these grammar, punctuation, style, and business tips will make you a better and more successful writer. Grammar Girl is a Quick and Dirty Tips podcast.

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726 - A Cup of Joe. ‘Smokey’ and ‘Smoky.’


A Cup of Joe. ‘Smokey’ and ‘Smoky.’


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 2019-09-26  14m
 
 

725 - Interviewing, Story Structure, and Writing Tools with Jonathan Small


Interviewing, Story Structure, and Writing Tools with Jonathan Small of the Write About Now podcast


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 2019-09-23  38m
 
 

724 - Why Esperanto Is an Amazing Language. 'Fall' or 'Autumn'?


Created on purpose and easy to learn, Esperanto will amaze you. Once you learn the origin of "fall," you'll look at trees in a whole new way.


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 2019-09-19  13m
 
 

723 - Grammar Girl #723. Tips for Fact Checking. Why We Use the Term 'Watershed Moment.'


Grammar Girl #723. Tips for Fact Checking. Why We Use the Term 'Watershed Moment.'


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 2019-09-16  13m
 
 

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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 2019-09-12  16m
 
 

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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 2019-09-09  14m
 
 

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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 2019-09-05  17m
 
 

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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 2019-09-03  18m
 
 

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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 2019-08-29  16m
 
 

717 - Words that Sound Funny


Words that Sound Funny


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 2019-08-26  14m