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This Grammar Guru will solve the world's problems
by Katherine Rosman
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20 November 2018
On 20 November 2018 The New York Times reported:
Long a language-obsessive, Ellen Jovin found communities of fellow word lovers online, but the time spent at her computer could be isolating. So she created the Grammar Table. About four times a week, she settles in at locations around Manhattan, armed with a collapsible table and chair, and fields questions and discussions about language.
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She recently explained what a gerund was to two little boys, and helped a teenage girl from El Salvador understand the difference between the passive and active voice.
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