What does IEW have in common with the movie Fantasia, false fingernails, and the Mariner 9 satellite? Each of these things debuted on November 13. IEW will record the 400th Episode Arts of Language Podcast Live Event on November 13, 2023, and you are invited!

To mark this momentous occasion, we are hosting a live virtual event at 1:00 PM ET on Monday, November 13, 2023. As is our custom, we will have prizes for randomly selected participants, including a secret grand prize befitting a 400th episode celebration! You must be present to win.*

To register and submit your question for Andrew, fill out the form at the link below. If your question is selected, you will have the chance to ask Andrew your question live on the air! Some of these questions will also be aired on the recorded version of our 400th episode scheduled for launch on November 22.

Space is limited to 400 participants.
Register at our affiliate link, which can be found in The Homeschool New York Minute.
*Everyone who signs up will be automatically entered to win.

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