Though the M-T community has now lived through the trials and tribulations of the pronunciation of the word "koan" :wink:, some may still have some residual questions regarding the ever-challenging topic of grammar (I certainly do).
Obviously written and verbal communication is critical to the professional and using proper grammar may provide an edge for those who do use it over those who don't. With that in mind, I'm including a link to a CNN.com article I stumbled across today for a podcast series from "Grammar Girl". Each cast is short (all are less than 10 minutes), sweet and to the point and provide answers to commonly asked and/or confused questions on english grammar (lie vs. lay, commas, colons, who/whom etc.). Perhaps some for whom english is a second language may also find the casts of particular use for what may be considered "advanced" instruction (english is my native languange and I'm learning a ton from the casts! :shock: )
Anyway, I hope some find this useful:
Also, here's the link to Grammar Girls web site as well as other "tips" sites that may be of interest to the M-T community.
The podcasts can be found on iTunes under "Language Courses" or from the Grammar Girl web site.