“You slip into a suit for an interview and you dress your language up too” Stephen Fry

Sometimes, we start thinking that being understood is the only important thing, no matter the context. Here is an inspiring video about enjoying language and improving it in every way, and in every circumstance. By the famous actor and a defender of language Stephen Fry.

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3 Responses to “You slip into a suit for an interview and you dress your language up too” Stephen Fry

  1. I trust that this will not place me in the category that Stephen Fry calls “pedants”, but I cannot help pointing out that the heading of this post has a typo: the “to” is most definitely NOT a preposition, it should be ‘too´, as in ‘also’.

  2. Licia says:

    A bit of terminology trivia prompted by the video. Its animation technique is known in English not only as kinetic typography but also as moving text, typo(graphy) animation, typography (in) motion and motion typography – an unusual number of designations for such a specific concept!

  3. Jonathan says:

    You should be aware of Stephen Fry’s anti-semitic rantings on anoither YouTube clip :

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