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WINNER OF BEST EDUCATION PODCAST IN THE 2017 PODCAST AWARDS. Grammar Girl provides short, friendly tips to improve your writing. 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. Find the full, ad-free archive of Grammar Girl, as well as exclusive bonus episodes, only on Stitcher Premium. Use code GRAMMAR for one free month at stitcherpremium.com/grammar
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khorshid ataee

Very bad

Aug 3rd
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SANJAY GORA

khorshid ataee shrieking voice

Aug 3rd
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Ellyn Kathryn Gałecki

Both informative and entertaining. I love to learn and sometimes re-learn! Your podcasts certainly fill my needs in the realm of educating myself!

Aug 1st
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Noah

Ellyn Kathryn Gałecki really informative!

Aug 2nd
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Edson José Cortiano

grammar girl rocks.

Jul 9th
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Dee Blah

Ugh.

Jul 9th
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Aazam Ben

cool

Jul 9th
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Lara Maree

It was called The Ukraine because from 1922-1991 it was The Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (UkrSSR); a constituent republic of the Soviet Union (USSR).

Jun 10th
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馆长聊影

The republic of China,the other name is Taiwan. Nope.ROC or Taiwan is not a country,Offical name :Chinese Taipei

Jun 8th
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Arjun Singh

馆长聊影 牛逼

Jul 17th
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((( Erez A. Korn ארז קורן )))🏳

Hi @grammargirl - And then you say "why don't you give me and the listeners". It looked like a breach of protocol, saying "me" first, so I tried it the other way around. It didn't work. I wonder if it's an interview- thing.

Jun 3rd
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Kyle and Amy Kesselring

Is the "t" thing just turning the "t" into a "d'?

May 10th
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Gary L Johnson

oh my glob,. I absolutely love your anunciation, articulation, grammar, and pitch. so cool. Grammar is awesome!

May 8th
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Amul Upadhyay

very informative!!

Apr 3rd
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Nitish S.Sahu

Hiii

Feb 18th
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Gi-Hyun An

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Dec 19th
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Luis Cardenas

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Dec 14th
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Katherine doyle

Quick and dirty grammar tips

Dec 14th
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russell schaeffler

What about before acronyms? Would I say, "A N.B.C. production." or say, "An N.B.C, production."

Oct 20th
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Lauren Knight

russell schaeffler "University" starts with more of a "y" sound ("A young man" vs "an umbrella"). In this case, the semi consonant is enough to make it not need "an" to break it up.

Nov 13th
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russell schaeffler

Erika Brown I believe the silent H comes from French, but words like herb can be pronounced with the h sound or without. You would think British English would keep the H silent being closer to France, but American English keeps the H silent. Perhaps the Revolutionary war had something to do with it.

Nov 1st
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Anirban Goswami

Read by a Robot? :(

Oct 18th
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Donnell Payne

love this podcast.

Oct 17th
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gnomegirl71

OMG thank you for this. No one believes me. I want to stab myself in the ears when I hear it.

Sep 8th
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Emmanuel Amankwaah

I like how you speak I wish I could speak like that

Aug 29th
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