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  • Ten Questions with Susan Butler

    Jul 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

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    Macquarie in the news

    Jill Rowbotham from The Weekend Australian Magazine interviewed Sue Butler about Macquarie, dictionaries and language.

    Ten Questions: Susan Butler, lexicographer, 65 | Jill Rowbotham | The Weekend Australian Magazine


  • As my dear old grammar says, don’t be an it’s twit: Kerry Parnell ponders the lost art of spelling

    Jul 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

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    Macquarie in the news

    IT’S not hard. It’s 'it’s and its, your and you’re'. Got it? The ones with apostrophes are short for 'it is' and 'you are' and the other two are possessive.

    Confused? They’re, their, there, you’ll be OK. Read more...

    As my dear old grammar says, don’t be an it’s twit: Kerry Parnell ponders the lost art of spelling | Kerry Parnell | Daily Telegraph


  • Susan Butler Editor of the Macquarie Dictionary: Dictionaries, Definitions and Deviations

    Jul 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

    Recorded at IPAA Victoria's 2014 Writers Seminar, Susan Butler reflects on what public servants need to know about the way language changes and the role of dictionaries play in helping shape and influence the way we write.

    Susan Butler Editor of the Macquarie Dictionary: Dictionaries, Definitions and Deviations | 2014 Writing Seminar, IPAAVic | 2014


  • Susan Butler on ABC's Radio National talking about dictionaries keeping up

    Jul 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

    Dictionaries Keeping Up