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Best Gretchen McCulloch podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Gretchen McCulloch podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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A podcast that's enthusiastic about linguistics by Gretchen McCulloch (All Things Linguistic) and Lauren Gawne (Superlinguo). A weird and deep conversation about language delivered right to your ears the third Thursday of every month. Bonus episodes: www.patreon.com/lingthusiasm Shownotes: www.lingthusiasm.com
 
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The words about, broken, council, potato, and support have something in common -- they all contain the same sound, even though they each spell it with a different letter. This sound is known as schwa, it's written as an upside-down lowercase e, and it has the unique distinction of being the only vowel with a cool name like that! (The other vowels a…
 
Lizzy Cooperman! Delight of delights! She is an artist of comedy and music and poetry and performance and characters and more! A wonderful comedian, podcaster, and friend. She joins me for comedy, podcasting, and friendship! Please join us as well, IF YOU DARE. (It's a very easy dare. I dare you to have fun listening to a fun podcast with my nice g…
 
Ken Jennings is a delightful man of many talents and accomplishments. He is a Jeopardy champion, an author, a podcaster, a Ken Jennings, and much much more! We talk about as much of everything as we can, a high quantity of quality. I'm happy to share this with you, listener. Thanks for listening! (Or at least thanks for reading about listening, whi…
 
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams! AND Comedian Dave Hill! Two podcast guests for the price of one! Two separate wonderful conversations. They have both lived lives, and continue to, and I'm glad to be here for it. Please enjoy as desired and possible, and take care of yourselves and others the same. All the best.…
 
Using “they” to refer to a single person is about as old as using “you” to refer to a single person: for example, Shakespeare has a line “There's not a man I meet but doth salute me. As if I were their well-acquainted friend”, and the Oxford English Dictionary has citations for both going back to the 14th century. More recently, people have also be…
 
Mega Ran! Teacher! Rapper! Hero! A delight of a human. We recorded this conversation just before returning to land from a cruise ship during a pandemic. We're here and grateful. Now coming to you from our individual bunkers to yours. Thanks for listening and taking care of yourself and others. Peace friends. PS friends, also listen to Mega Ran's po…
 
Hello all from the During-Times. May I present to you a podcast recorded from the Before-Times. Perhaps you will listen from the After-Times. Regardless, I am grateful that you are here, and that I was able to have this conversation some weeks ago with my friend, the wonderful Dan Pashman, host of the Sporkful podcast and more. And I am grateful to…
 
My Grandma Iris. Part two of the podcast memorial. Sh passed away earlier this week. I loved her so much and love her so much still. I'm so grateful that I got to sit down with her two years ago and record this conversation, originally released as a bonus episode but now exists here for free for all. She was and is a delight. Please enjoy, and take…
 
Asking which language is the hardest to learn is like asking where the furthest place is – it all depends on where you start. And for babies, who start out not knowing any of them, all natural languages are eminently learnable – because otherwise they wouldn’t exist at all! In this episode of Lingthusiasm, your hosts Gretchen McCulloch and Lauren G…
 
How do languages talk about the time when something happens? Of course, we can use words like “yesterday”, “on Tuesday”, “once upon a time”, “now”, or “in a few minutes”. But some languages also require their speakers to use an additional small piece of language to convey time-related information, and this is called tense. In this episode of Lingth…
 
Bianca Brady! Crossword puzzles! Being a fashion doctor! Broccoli and ice cream and... soylent? What is it all about? How will you find out? By listening? (Yes.) Thank you! You're great! (I can write anything here. So I choose "you're great!" because you are. Thanks again! You're doing it. Now listen!)…
 
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