"Abate the edge of traitors...That would reduce these bloudy daies again."
What do we do with Shakespeare and other works that use words with definitions we just can't recognize anymore?
In this episode we head back to how much meanings can change and why they change. And we talk "pretty" vs. "pretty" vs. "fair" vs. "quite," and we go yet again into "literally" and "figuratively" because we just can't help ourselves.
You're Saying It Wrong was recorded and produced at KMUW studios. Thanks to our language experts, Kathy Petras and Ross Petras. You can follow them at their website: kandrpetras.com
The show was produced by Fletcher Powell, with help from Beth Golay and Lu Anne Stephens. Art was produced by Jordan Kirtley. KMUW engineers are Mark Statzer and Torin Andersen. You're Saying It Wrong the book was published by Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House, as was their new book, That Doesn't Mean What You Think It Means. You can find the books at your local independent bookstore.
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