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Teatime with Mrs. Grammar Person by Barbara Venkataraman

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I rated this book 5 out of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book directly from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Grammar. The word can bring back memories of dull classes, dry teachings and panic as I try to recall how to use affect vs. effect. I admit, that one gives me pause. Then it gives me a chance to open the internet because now I have to Google it. Yes, proper grammar is important. As an avid reader and a person who works in a professional setting, you’d think I’d have a firm handle on it. I don’t, but thanks for asking. My pet peeve has always been more about spelling rather than knowing when to use who versus when to use whom. Yes, I know, I should be concerned about both….and I am, to a degree. If you are going to tell people you have a “soar throat” instead of a “sore throat,” I automatically cringe. Then I laugh as the visual comes into play, because let’s face it, it’s kind of hilarious. This cute little educational book helps tackle some of these grammar problems that don’t come easy for everyone and it does it in a way that you don’t even realize you’re learning. Mrs. Grammar Person tells you all about it while sipping tea and receiving guests. It’s a fun and witty approach that will entertain as well as educate the reader. Yea, yea, I know. I should probably read it again…which is exactly why I’m going to keep this one handy.

Total pages: 32, PDF copy

Available at Amazon at the link below:

Teatime with Mrs. Grammar Person

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This entry was posted on February 16, 2018 by in Books I've read and tagged , , , .
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