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Linguistic One-Upmanship

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When is it okay to correct someone’s grammar? Grant offers two rules: Correct someone only if they’ve asked you to, or if they’re paying you to. Otherwise, telling someone they should’ve used I instead of me is just interrupt the conversation for no good reason. This is part of a complete episode.

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