Have you eaten grandma? or, the life-saving importance of correct punctuation, grammar, and good English

Gyles Brandreth

2018
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Maker and Role
Gyles Brandreth
Production Date
2018
Description
"Gyles Brandreth's definitive (and hilarious) guide to punctuation, spelling, and good English for the twenty-first century. Without hesitation or repetition (and just a touch of deviation) Gyles... skewers the linguistic horrors of our time, tells us where we've been doing wrong (and why), and reveals his tips and tricks to ensure that, in future, we make fewer (rather than 'less') mistakes. End of."

Introduction / have you eaten grandma? / must dash - hyphen can wait / apostrophe now / spelling is big potatoes / of mice and meece and mouses / yanks away / a bad spell of whether / LOL - YOLO - Hahaha / bad language? / the rules / acknowledgements and further reading / index
ISBN/ISSN
9780241352632
Physical Description
311 pages ; 20.5 x 14 cm
Media/Materials
Accession No
PUB-2019-10.1
Credit Line
Gyles Brandreth. 2018. Have you eaten grandma? or, the life-saving importance of correct punctuation, grammar, and good English, PUB-2019-10.1. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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