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Regardless Of What You Think, 'Irregardless' Is A Word

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(From left to right) Mackenzie Stamper, Adrian Rodriguez and Luke Ryan attend weekly Suzuki violin lessons with instructor Sara Johnson, part of a training program called MILEStone, or Music Impacting Language Expertise. Andrea Hsu/NPR hide caption

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Using Music And Rhythm To Help Kids With Grammar And Language

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Fans of the Memphis Grizzlies, seen here celebrating with Jeff Green, made only 2.47 grammar mistakes for every 100 words according to a new study. Frederick Breedon/Getty Images hide caption

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Editing The Climate Talkers: Punctuation's Effect On Earth's Fate

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Edna Ledford Proctor, seated, and family decorate Ledford graves, Cochran Cemetery, Swain Co., NC, June 2, 2007. In today's second hour, host Neal Conan will talk with listeners about how they remember on Memorial Day. Karen Singer Jabbour hide caption

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