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English as it is broken
Chronicles the abuse of English, usually in local context. The blogger is an academic with SIM University.
John Well’s phonetic blog
Blog by John Wells, Emeritus Professor of Phonetics at University College London. Contains musings about pronunciations, spellings & accents, often rooted in current social context.
Blog by Mark Liberman, director of Linguistic Data Consortium and Trustee Professor of Phonetics at University of Pennsylvania.
Blog by Michael Sheehan, a retired language teacher with weekly radio show about language.