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I’ve always been fascinated by fun things you can do with the English language. (Of course, our respective definitions of “fun” may be different.) Pangrams are phrases that include every letter in a given language. The most wildly known pangram … Continue reading

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Grammar is Important, Kids

There was a time when Lynne Truss’s Eats, Shoots & Leaves was all I heard about from my nerdy, well-read friends. It’s basically a grammar book, but witty and British (the latter meaning most of its rules don’t apply to … Continue reading

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