No Stinkin' Grammar

No Stinkin' Grammar

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Written from an Anthropological viewpoint, No Stinkina€™ Grammar presents a humorous and sometimes satirical consideration of rules and exceptions in modern English. Beginning with the familiar sentence diagram and proceeding through the intricacies of use and misuse of modern English, it details frequently confusing and often contradictory applications of our language. Not offering a text on grammar or syntax it considers such elements of modern English as Wikipedia, silent letters, the origins and history of modern usage, spelling versus spoken English, the spelling bee, oxymorons, homonyms, Post ItAc notes, cursive script, and other interesting features of American (US) English. Interesting to Teachers and students alike, it examines our language not from its core but at its perimeter where the rules are often fuzzy and even contradictory. It provides and amusing look at the language we share.An Essay on Learning English: An Exceptional Language Joseph M. Nixon, Ph. D. ... Ernst Haeckel. Internet site downloaded from URL: http://simple. wikipedia. org/wiki/Ernst_Haeckel. (accessed September 2010). THE PARTS OF SPEECH: anbsp;...

Title:No Stinkin' Grammar
Author: Joseph M. Nixon, Ph. D.
Publisher:Author House - 2011-08-18

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