Justice Antonin G. Scalia, who recently revealed his annoyance at flight attendants who fail to properly use verbs in the subjunctive mood, shed some light on why he’s such a stickler for proper grammar. “I had a lot of background in language. I had two years in French and German,” Scalia recently told PBS news host Charlie Rose, according to a transcript of the discussion from our sister company Federal News Service.
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