One day in 2018, Ellen decided she wanted to answer grammar questions on the streets of New York City. Not long after, she walked outside her Manhattan apartment building, unfolded a table by an express subway stop, and put up a big sign reading “Grammar Table.” The questions began immediately and have been flowing in ever since! Commas, apostrophes, participles, prepositions, classroom debates, spousal disputes, strange spellings, dialect differences—Ellen happily tackles it all at her traveling popup grammar advice stand. She has now popped up in 47 of the 50 US states and talked about language with thousands of strangers from all over the country and world. You can learn more about this project at the Grammar Table website.