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Apostrophe Catastrophe: And Other Grammatical Grumbles

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The apostrophe causes more problems in the English language than any other aspect of grammar. Grown adults with a university education don't know how to use it properly, and our high streets are filled with examples of its misuse. Join the pedants as they revolt against our misuse of this essential piece of punctuation and learn how to use the apostrophe - once and for all ...more
Kindle Edition, 161 pages
Published November 5th 2015 by The History Press
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Quick read. Easy to understand. I wish there was more though.
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I was disappointed by this book as it lacked the humour I expected, leaving me with what felt like an English lesson littered with cringeworthy pictures!
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Patrick now lives in the north of England with his wife and has his son and granddaughters nearby. Much of his life is reflected in the biographical trilogy "The Clouds Still Hang", so to repeat too many biographical details here would be something of a 'spoiler'!
Book 1 of this trilogy, "The Book of Daniel" is available separately.