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Daniel Midgley, Ben Ainslie, and Hedvig Skirgård
a podcast about linguistics, the science of language.
A podcast about linguistics, the science of language.
4.7 stars from 230 ratings
“If you are weary of cringing at the inevitability of ever-evolving language, and if you want to cast off that over-worked nerve, this Podcast is for you. Daniel, Hedvig and Ben are delightful, amusing and erudite while they keep us up on the latest slang, the history of usage, and a host of...”Read full review »
debs-wilmette via Apple Podcasts ·
United States of America ·
“I’m merely an enthusiast and far from an expert, but I thoroughly enjoy the show and look forward to every “poducational” (my word of the week) episode.
Keep doing what you do guys… love your work! 🙌🏼”
JoJoBoyd1976 via Apple Podcasts ·
“I found myself quadriplegic in a hospital bed staring at the ceiling for 7 months. This is one of a handful of podcasts that kept me sane. The chemistry between the hosts, the deep knowledge and how they make it accessible to an armchair linguist like me, I always learn something new. This one is...”Read full review »
tigger04 via Apple Podcasts ·
In honour of Grammar Day (4 March), we are joined live by special guest Ellen Jovin, who regularly dispenses grammar advice and wisdom from the Grammar Table. Now she's testing our grammatical mettle and answering our questions.
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New research from Dr Rachel Nordlinger and team shows that we do a lot of planning and scanning very quickly, and it follows the requirements of our language. She's studied Murrinhpatha, an Australian Aboriginal...
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