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Write Every Time (Or Is That 'Right'?)

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Full of fascinating information about the English language, this book will help to conquer spelling slip-ups and punctuation pitfalls. From getting to grips with grammar to discovering the perfect place to position punctuation — from a simple full stop to the more mysterious apostrophe.
Learn how to: • Conquer commas• Make a sentence make sense• Triumph over tenses• Use verbs and adverbs• Simplify speech marks• Make sense of clauses• Get your head around homophones
And discover:• Why there are only three ways to finish a sentence and when to use them• How an infinitive can be split, and why you shouldn't
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  • Ivan Bakharevdelade ett intryckför 3 år sedan
    👍Värt att läsa
    💡Lärde mig mycket
    😄Hysteriskt rolig

    Really useful book. Actually, I didn't think that it would be so interesting for me. Author definitely know something about humor... And about English of course!

  • Julia Gospodinowadelade ett intryckför 8 år sedan
    👍Värt att läsa
    😄Hysteriskt rolig

    That was too easy for a person possessing a degree in linguistics)) recommend for kids and adults who being a student skipped the English classes)))


  • Некто Никтоhar citeratför 5 år sedan
    Every name is called a noun,

    As field and fountain, street and town.

    In place of noun the pronoun stands

    As he and she can clap their hands.

    The adjective describes a thing,

    As magic wand and bridal ring.

    The verb means action, something done –

    To read, to write, to jump, to run.

    How things are done, the adverbs tell,

    As quickly, slowly, badly, well.

    The preposition shows relation,

    As in the street, or at the station.

    Conjunctions join, in many ways,

    Sentences, words, or phrase and phrase.

    The interjection cries out, “Hark!

    I need an exclamation mark!”

    Through poetry, we learn how each

    Of these make up the parts of speech.
  • Carli Maffeihar citeratför 2 år sedan
    It often doesn’t matter where you put an adverb in a sentence because its meaning still stays the same:

    She spoke hesitantly.

    Hesitantly, she spoke.

    She hesitantly spoke.
  • MarinaChehar citeratför 8 år sedan
    You use grammar every time you read or write or speak. Grammar gives you all the rules about how to put words together in sentences. Using the right grammar helps other people to understand what you mean.

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