All Intensive Purposes: The Case for Language Snobbery


Photo: Bill Walsh (flickr)

Today's show will help distinguish hard and fast language rules from mere pet peeves.


Irregardless of you’re attitudes toward language, grammar mistakes can bug us alot. If that sentence makes you want to scream, you’ll find solace in this hour’s show. We’ll learn which grammar battles aren’t worth fighting, and particular errors up with which we should not put.


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  • Brian from Westerville

    “As per” as opposed to “As” or “Per”

  • robin

    Can we listen to archived Bill Walsh show?