Caroline Taggart,J.A.Wines

My Grammar and I (Or Should That Be 'Me'?)

A runaway hit and Sunday Times bestseller, My Grammar and I has continued to grow in popularity, becoming the go-to guide for grammar. My Grammar and I offers amusing examples of awful grammar, while steering you in the direction of grammatical greatness. Taking you on a tour of the English language through the minefield of rules and conditions that can catch you out, from dangling modifiers to split infinitives, it highlights the common pitfalls that every English language user faces on a day to day basis. Refreshing everything you should have learnt at school and more, My Grammar and I is informative yet entertaining — an ideal buy for any English language enthusiast.
127 printed pages


    Oleg Ushakovshared an impression3 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    Great book for poop reading (while you attend any language-related bachelor degree). A bit hardread for non-native.

    Alexey Golubshared an impression3 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    💡Learnt A Lot
    💞Loved Up

    Great, lighthearted, full of humor, and very educative.

    Ira Kalrashared an impression6 years ago
    💞Loved Up

    Noun has a C and verb has a S


    Mariahas quoted6 years ago
    Capital letters are sometimes referred to as ‘upper case’. This is because manual typesetters kept these letters in the upper drawers of a desk – the upper type case. More frequently used letters were stored on a lower shelf, thus ‘lower case’ letters.
    Marianna Kouzminskayahas quoted2 years ago
    Knowing the rules – and breaking them because you feel like it, not because you don’t know any better – will make you a more confident, creative and entertaining writer and speaker.
    Женя Терскийhas quoted5 years ago
    avoid clichés like the plague

On the bookshelves

Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once)