Episode 113: Giving Thanks for the Book

This week we take a break from our extended discussion of political terms while Tom thanks Paul for creating the Common Errors in English Usage site and book, and Paul thanks Tom for contributing cartoons to the book. We also promote the best way to buy the book on sale through the end of the year. Entries we talk about include “auger/augur,” “all goes well/augurs well,” “hark/harken,” “one in the same/one and the same,” “the exception proves the rule,” “begs the question,” “hone in/home in,” and several others.

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Cartoon accompaniment (three discussed on the podcast this week):

ladybear

scone

deity

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Paul’s mincemeat recipe
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This week’s calendar entry is “bare/bear.”

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