Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing

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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.

There’s so much excitement about the 'Game of Thrones' finale that we just had to include a segment about on it this week’s show. Not just because we love dragons and swords—we do! — but because a core part of the series has been the languages the charact
A listener asked why a sentence using the verb "witness" sounded weird, and we found a surprising answer.
A listener asked why a sentence using the verb "witness" sounded weird, and we found a surprising answer.
How you can benefit from NaNoWriMo year-round.
How you can benefit from NaNoWriMo year-round.
What is the schwa? Plus, how one Scrabble tournament got out of hand.
What is the schwa? Plus, how one Scrabble tournament got out of hand.
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.
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.
British versus American spelling.
British versus American spelling.
Equinox. Is Irish the Same as Gaelic?
Equinox. Is Irish the Same as Gaelic?
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!
Why ducks say "quack-quack" in English but "ga-ga" in Japanese.
Why ducks say "quack-quack" in English but "ga-ga" in Japanese.
666 666 - Double Negatives. Feb. 28, 2019
Double negatives aren't always wrong. You just need to use them carefully. We have five examples to get you started.