In the age of innovation, the nuances of language are often lost in a frenzy of tweets and text-talk. Cue Claire Harris Matson and Jo Roueiheb, creators of Learn to Speak Good, the YouTube series that splices tries to fix millennial grammar problems using real dilemmas for 20-somethings.
Re-creating everyday scenarios, the duo acts out a scene: "I found Paul in bed laying with another girl," says a girl, distraught and crying. "Lying!" Responds her friend. "You're telling me? I thought I was the only one!" The irony speaks for itself.