A fun yet informative look at the world of grammar and grammar in the world.
David talks about the subjunctive and words you may be using incorrectly
David and guest Aimee Kuvadia talk about pet peeves, text-speak and idioms
David talks about sentences -- independent clauses, fragments and comma splices.
David discusses desert and dessert, loathe and loath, and who's and whose
Dave talks about hone and home and whoever and whomever
David sits down with special guest Catherine DiGiacomo to discuss Philly, what it's like to be transplants, and some of Catherine's pet peeves
David talks about good and well, and slow and slowly
David discusses the word judgement and goes off on a rant
David deconstructs an English teacher's marks on a student's nasty letter
David talks about the American Copy Editor's Society conference and the word enormity
Dave talks about Daylight Saving Time and indefinite pronouns
Dave talks about "the most Internet sentence" and the word cannot
David discusses the future of the comma and whether texting is ruining the English language
David discusses his Christmas gift: The Teaching Company's lecture course on language usage
David talks about past participles, jibe versus jive, and adjectives