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English Grammar for Dummies by Geraldine Woods: is the best book! By Nikolai Krestinsky: When i first come to America, my english did cause me problems. In Soviet Russia i was strong teacher, my english i know is the best in all of Petropavlovsk. My brother, Mikhail, he say to me, “Nikolai you go to America, they make you rich like czar, [meet ladies], kill many bear”. My brother, he is very wise, is greatest toymaker in all of Russia. So next day i wake up, sell my house, say goodbye to wife and children, and go to America to become millionaire. Then in America, I go to job interview and they say to me “Nikolai, you are not for the job here, you are not the skills we need, your english is poor like child”. I take that man and smash his table, i say “someday i will be greatest man in all of country, your children will wish me their father!”. That day my anger is best of me. It is then i know i must learn better english, so i buy book “English Grammer it is for Dummies” by Mr.Woods. Now i am perfect english grammer! I write letter to Mikhail, he write back “Nikolai, your english is like a god, you will be millionaire soon! all of Petropavlovsk is proud for you! good luck brother! please send letter when you are president or maybe even czar! Hahaha! also, your wife is killed by bear”. So i say thanks to Mr.Woods for his book! When i am czar your family will be spared! Hahahaha! (is joke).
There’s something about grammar…
coffee table book - thank you, thank you, thank you. I'm not overly educated, but typing/speaking correctly is something that I value.
English Grammar For Dummies by Lesley J. Ward and Geraldine Woods (book review).
A Rather Becoming List Susquehanna!!! It should be defined as "a rather tranquil river in Pennsylvania ideally suited for overnight kayaking and camping trips."
Grammar by Winston Churchill ......I wish this was something somone could help me with. Phineas (Phineas & Ferb) said something similar to this quote and I couldn't help but laugh ;-D
The 100 Most Beautiful Words in the English Language - Dr. Robert Beard//
I don't know how common these words are in the typical 6th grade spoken or written vocabulary and I hope they never need to know the difference between flammable and inflammable but the infographic is still sort of neat.
These need to be on T-shirts. I would buy them all for myself and Trisha White. :)
Yes, yes, yes!!!! Yes, this does make a difference, and I will continue to use the Oxford comma. So there.
once a teacher, always a teacher
punctuation - Even more than a poster, i'd like it as a handout for each student's reference binder.
Yeah! It's raining books! Books Reign! ... ... "In April, one thousand books / En abril, libros mil" by Peter REYNOLDS, Illustrator ... ... April 2, 2012, International Children's Book Day.