Welcome to the weird, wild, scintillatingly stylish, and syntactically sound world of RED PEN—the grammar podcast that won't put you to sleep.Brought to you by the Columbia Journalism Review and hosted by old buds Ryan Davis and Mike Laws, RED PEN plucks examples from the news (as well as from novels, music, movies—wherever!) to answer all those questions you were too afraid to ask in English class.Digressions may include: Green Day's early work, the oppressive atmosphere of latter-day Batman movies, and, of course, cats. Lots of cats.
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Finally, two people exist who love to dissect grammar and common errors in English as much as I do!
I listened to one episode. Other than two guys babbling and giggling at themselves, I'm not sure what it's about. I came for discussions of grammar and editing, of which there is almost none, so one episode was one too many for me.
Thanks for clarifying who and whom. Although I don’t hear “whom” anymore, I always wondered how it should be used. I like your light banter too. Remember your rate of speech, though, for us old-timers!
This podcast is fun, entertaining and I always seem to learn a few things. I do have one question; I was in a meeting, and a coworker kept saying, “irregardless” I have no idea what she was talking about because once she’s repeated that word over and over again I kept thinking “is that a double negative?”
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Red Pen: A Grammar Podcast launched 4 months ago and published 17 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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