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You use “hopefully” multiple times incorrectly in your podcast #128.
Hopefully means “in a hopeful manner”; it does NOT mean “I hope”.
But, otherwise, excellent episode. 🙂
This video has you saying “there’s two things”.
Shouldn’t that be “There ARE two things”?
@Donna: I hope you don’t mind that I did look it up. Turns out you are right (of course) but my usage is ok, too. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/hopefully
But I’ll try to work on that.
@Susan: You are definitely right – in written English I would have expressed myself differently. However, my tone is usually pretty colloquial and you’ll find that “there’s two things” is common, too, although it’s grammatically wrong.
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