Come and explore the mysterious and wonderful world of language. Each episode we ask questions like: Why are malapropisms funny? What on Earth are malapropisms? What makes English so special? How can a language belong to a family? What’s a conlang? Why is tea called tea, and gin called gin? So, pour yourself something, and listen, learn, laugh, subscribe and share.
Written and presented by Alex Morgan, an English actor, writer, accent coach, and linguaphile (with a ‘ph’…). www.alexjmorgan.com
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