Wednesday, May 15, 2019 marked the first time I, along with the English Weirdness team, met the English students of Sakata Minami High School in Yamagata, Japan, in an online video ‘class.’ As you may recall, in 2018 Sakata’s inspiring Principal Ms. Hiroko Nakahara and English Weirdness established a working
What part of English gives you headaches? What grammar still confuses you? What irregularity drives you bananas? I’m planning new episodes and new seasons of English Weirdness and want your help. I want to address features of the English language that you guys want to learn about. So, tell me
https://www.gofundme.com/support-english-weirdnes I’ve begun a crowdfunding campaign through GoFundMe.com. If you would like to donate in support of our video series, please do so here. Or, share this link on your social media network; you never know who you know who might want to help.
Welcome to the new home of all things English Weirdness. Since it has become clear that EW is now its own ‘thing,’ I felt it deserved its own website. So, here it is. On these pages you will find information about EW and the people involved in it, news about
Weirdness team shoots latest episode(s) It was a gruelling 3-days, but we managed to shoot two new episodes of English Weirdness. I am incredibly impressed with everyone’s performance, behind as well as in front of the camera, some not long after writing final exams at school. I am also deeply
It is with great excitement that I share this news. This past Wednesday, September 12 2018, in a live and online press conference coordinated with the local media in Japan, it was formally announced that my “English Weirdness” video series is to be used as part of a revolutionary English