Have You Eaten Grandma?
Pedantic about punctuation or scrupulous about spelling? You’ll love this hilarious and definitive guide to 21st century language from grammar-guru Gyles Brandreth
‘Brandreth excels . . . in all his linguistic joie de vivre’ Guardian
Don’t know if it’s, like, okay to say ‘like’?
Are your apostrophe’s in the wrong place?
Want to make fewer not less grammatical mistakes?
Then do not despair, Have You Eaten Grandma? is the definitive (and hilarious) guide to punctuation, spelling, and good English for the twenty-first century.
Self-confessed grammar guru Gyles Brandreth pokes fun at the linguistic foibles of our time, tells us where we’ve been going wrong (and how to put it right), and reveals his tips and tricks to make every one of us better, more confident users (not abusers) of the English language. End of.
Is ‘End of’ alright? Wait, is ‘alright’ all right?
You’ll find out right here . . .
This hilarious companion to 21st century language is perfect for anyone pedantic about punctuation or scrupulous about spelling.
‘A laugh-a-lot, spanning everything . . . great book, I’m loving this’ Chris Evans, BBC Radio 2
The wordsmith's wordsmith guides us through the delights of the English language * Daily Mail * This is a grammar guide that only Gyles Brandreth could write! Full of humour throughout, this is his definitive guide to punctuation, spelling and good English for the twenty-first century * Stratford-Upon-Avon Herald * An informal guide to punctuation, spelling and good English for the twenty-first century * Strong Words * Whether you are obsessed with getting grammar right, baffled by grammar or (like us) just in love with words, you are going to love this. A hilarious and definitive guide to 21st-century language * Newcastle Evening Chronicle * A witty and well-informed guide to the vagaries of English grammar. Heed his words; you won't regret it * Country & Town House, (Best Books to Go Under the Christmas Tree) * Brilliant, clear, entertaining, very funny and often outright silly. Brandreth excels . . . in all his linguistic joie de vivre and amusing self-awareness * Guardian * Best thing ever, laugh-a-lot, spanning everything. Great book, I'm loving this * Chris Evans, BBC Radio 2 *
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