Gretchen McCulloch

Gretchen McCulloch
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Gretchen McCulloch's Interviews

Gretchen McCulloch & Gabrielle Hodge 17 Mar 2023 • EN

78: Bringing stories to life in Auslan - Interview with Gabrielle Hodge

Communicating is about more than the literal, dictionary-entry-style words that we say -- it’s also about the many subtle ingredients that go into a message, from how you keep your audience in mind to how you portray the actions of the people you’re talking about. In this episode, your host Gretchen McCulloch interview

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Lauren Gawne + Gretchen McCulloch & Woon Fei Ting 17 Feb 2023 • EN

77: How kids learn language in Singapore - Interview with Woon Fei Ting

Singapore is a small city-state nation with four official languages: English, Mandarin, Tamil, and Malay. Most Singaporeans can also speak a local hybrid variety known as Singlish, which arose from this highly multilingual environment to create something unique to the island. An important part of growing up in Singapor

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Gretchen McCulloch & Kat Gupta 21 Oct 2021 • EN

61: Corpus linguistics and consent - Interview with Kat Gupta

If you want to know what a particular person, era, or society thinks about a given topic, you might want to read what that person or people have written about it. Which would be fine if your topic and people are very specific, but what if you’ve got, say, “everything published in English between 1800 and 2000″ and you’

Sarah Wendell & Gretchen McCulloch 23 Oct 2020 • EN

428. The Cheese Plate is a Technology: Because Internet with Gretchen McCulloch

Today Amanda and I are talking with Gretchen McCulloch, author of Because Internet and host of the podcast “Lingthusiasm.” If you like listening to a really smart person with intricate knowledge of what’s going on beneath the mundane, this is an episode for you. We start by fangirling about Courtney Milan and creative

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Adam Conover & Gretchen McCulloch 12 Aug 2020 • EN

How the Internet is Transforming Language with Gretchen McCulloch

Internet linguist Gretchen McCulloch joins Adam to break down how technology has changed the way we write, reveal the hidden truth about what your texting style says about you, and finally solve the mystery of why boomers can’t stop using… ellipses. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit See Pri

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Gretchen McCulloch & Kirby Conrod 17 Apr 2020 • EN

43: The grammar of singular they - Interview with Kirby Conrod

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

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