3 Social Channels Language Nerds Should Follow | Nerdymates Blog

Mignon Fogarty, the author of the New www.www.alexa.com/siteinfo/nerdymates.com York Times best-selling book Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing, posts podcasts and articles from her website, quickanddirtytips.com. She has over 570,000 likes on her Facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/GrammarGirl/From the world’s leading digital dictionary, Dictionary.com’s Facebook page posts attractive word-of-the-day graphics and quotes, interesting blog posts about language and linguistics, and other tidbits for language nerds to share on their own pages.

Grammar Girl’s Facebook Page

https://twitter.com/languagecrawler

Language Crawler’s Twitter Feed

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Are these three not enough? Check out Nerdymates’s Facebook page and Twitter feed for more language-loving goodness.

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Updated frequently (sometimes several times a day), @LanguageCrawler posts things a language nerd would love, including articles, videos, and other resources all about languages and linguistics.

If you’re a language nerd like many of us at Nerdymates, you may also have an insatiable appetite for language knowledge. For you, it’s not enough to occasionally browse websites during your free time; you need a daily deluge of new words, blog posts about word origins, tips and tricks for grammar, and lessons in a new language. These three social channels will feed your daily need for language knowledge and keep you coming back for more.

Dictionary.com’s Facebook Page

that makes sure everything you type is clear, effective, and mistake-free.

https://www.facebook.com/dictionarycom

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