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This Week In New Music!

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Keys N Krates - Are We Faded [CLICK HERE]

Andy Grammar - Honey I'm Good [CLICK HERE]

Poison Ivory - Mr Wonderful [CLICK HERE]

Sander van Doorn, Martin Garrix, and DVBBS, ft Aleesia - Gold Skies [CLICK HERE]

Five Knives - Sugar [CLICK HERE]

Sophia Lolley - Live That Day [CLICK HERE]

Becky G - Can't Stop Movin' [CLICK HERE]

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Weird Al Has A Bone To Pick With Your Grammar! Check Out His HIGHlarious Robin Thicke Parody Word Crimes HERE!

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Weird Al Yankovic is back, and he's out to prove he's still the best in the game! The game of homophones.

We guess The Weird One couldn't get enough of parodying Pharrell, because he's back to take on Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines!

And this time, he's so upset with people's bad grammar that he's LITERALLY going to smack you around with his words! (Not literally though! JK!)

The amazing animated video for Word Crimes …AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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Kelsey Grammer Joins Twitter To Correct Your Grammar! Cum At, Us Bro!

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Don't let your auto-correct fix it; the name is Kelsey Grammer. That's with an E.

And if you misspell, it you may just incur his wrath!

The Frasier star started the week by finally launching his own official Twitter account for the sole purpose of…

Yep! Correcting grammar! In his first tweet ever, he wrote:

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Toddlers Understand Complex Grammar Earlier Than We Thought

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A new study shows that little kids might understand complex grammar much earlier than we thought.

"Studies have suggested that children between the ages of 2 and 3 start to build their understanding of grammar gradually from watching and listening to people," study researcher Caroline Rowland of the University of Liverpool's Child Language Study Center said in a statement. "More recent research, however, has suggested that even at 21 months, infants are sensitive to the different meanings produced by particular grammatical construction, even if they can't articulate words properly."

This is absolutely fascinating! This is how they tested it:

Rowland and her colleagues showed a group of 2-year-olds pictures of a cartoon rabbit and duck and asked each toddler to match the illustrations to sentences containing made-up verbs.

"One picture was the rabbit acting on the duck, lifting the duck's leg, for example, and the other was an image of the animals acting independently, such as swinging a leg," Rowland said. "We then played sentences with made-up verbs — the rabbit is glorping the duck — over a loudspeaker and asked them to point to the correct picture. They picked out the correct image more often than we would expect them to by chance."

So cool.

It also means that children are scary smart, and that maybe we shouldn't dumb down how we talk to them as much as we do. Baby talk is pretty annoying sometimes!

[Image via AP Images.]

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