The Little Green Grammar Book
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The Little Green Grammar Book

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What really goes on inside a sentence? What is your subject, and where is your verb, and what is its tense, and where is your modifier, and why does it matter? Where do you need a comma, and where do you not? Why are dashes and semicolons so misunderstood? When is it which and when is it that? In The Little Green Grammar Book, Mark Tredinnick asks and answers the tough gra...more
Paperback, 372 pages
Published October 1st 2010 by ReadHowYouWant (first published September 1st 2008)
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Mark O'Brien
This author is very talented.

Grammar is one of the most important aspects of writing. So when I picked up this book, I found myself devouring it, because he did such a tremendous job in explaining rules in a light-hearted fashion. His writing is informative, but not heavy, and most importantly it is so unique compared to other grammar books that only have questions...without any real detail. I preferred this book over other grammar books.

Well done, Mark Tredinnick, and I will definitely go and...more
Chris Lynch
The Little Green Grammar Book is a great guide but not necessarily a great teacher.

Tredinnick draws together a lot of what I already knew about English grammar, so I enjoyed the read. But as I discovered when I had to make quizzes based on this book, and teach it to university students, the line between traditional grammar and modern linguistics is straddled uneasily, at least if you're looking for definitive answers. It can be done, and for anyone interested in grammar needs to be done to some...more
Avrille
Tredinnick approaches the dryish of grammar with an innovative, wry tone that makes the pedants of grammar bearable and somewhat, interesting. Compared to previous grammar books (that I was forced unfortunately to read), this is a pleasurable read, explained clearly grammar in a more contemporary view.
A must have for any literature student, or grammar aficionado.
Jamila Bost
Considering that I had to read this book for University, I really enjoyed it. I didn't expect that the book would be as humorous or interesting as it was, and it made me love grammar just that little bit more.
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