684 – ‘Unquote’ or ‘End Quote’? Cinco de Mayo. Horse Idioms.

Grammar684 – ‘Unquote’ or ‘End Quote’? Cinco de Mayo. Horse Idioms.

684 – ‘Unquote’ or ‘End Quote’? Cinco de Mayo. Horse Idioms.

Today we have a couple of fun, timely segments (Cinco de Mayo! The Kentucky Derby!) and we answer a listener question about whether Grammar Girl is misspeaking.

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