Friday, April 29, 2016

Q&A …

… and much, much more: Bryan Garner interview: English usage, Google ngrams - Business Insider. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)

I tried to contextualize all my searches, so if you want to do "home in on" versus "hone in on," you can't do "home in" versus "hone in" because you end up with a lot usages such as "She has a home in Malibu." So you have to use "homed in on" versus "honed in on" and then you get a good read on it. I showed exactly what my searches were so that anybody else can verify the results.


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