In this collection of hilarious anecdotes and essays, June Casagrande delivers practical language lessons not found anywhere else, demystifying the subject and taking it back from the snobs.
©2006 June Casagrande; (P)2006 Tantor Media, Inc.
"Casagrande brings a lively approach to her overview of basic grammar." (Booklist)
I've been a member a long time and have listened to a lot of audio books. This one had become one of my favorites. It's both entertaining and educational. I highly recommend this to someone interested in learning all the strange ins and outs of the English language. I wouldn't recommend this for ESL unless you are near native level.
If you want to improve your grammar skills while having fun, this is the book for you. You???ll laugh, you'll learn and most importantly, you'll enjoy every minute of your listening time. This book is highly recommended!
The writing is crisp and very funny.
She does an outstanding job of bringing the humor to life.
This audiobook has made my outdoor walks so much more enjoyable than they usually are. I found myself laughing out loud through most of it, and so I was hoping that no one was around to see this. :)
This was like sitting in my seventh grade english class. We memorized 52 prepositions and learned how to conjugate verbs in 23 tenses. Sr Ann Veronica was more interesting than this book. I couldn't make it through the whole thing, even though I try to see every book to the end no matter how weak it is. It was awful
I don't think this book could be fixed
Her narration didn't make any difference to the content.
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