The origins of ‘Comma Gets a Cure’

Jill McCullough

If you’ve listened to audio samples on IDEA, you’ve undoubtedly heard the now famous Comma Gets a Cure elicitation passage that precedes most recordings of subjects’ unscripted speech. But do you know where it came from?

Find out more about the origins of the passage by listening to the January 2020 edition of the In a Manner of Speaking podcast with IDEA Founder and Director Paul Meier. This month Paul interviews renowned dialect coach and co-author of Comma Gets a Cure Jill McCullough. You can access the podcast here.


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