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Book Review: For Who The Bell Tolls by David Marsh

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From the Book

“Drawing on a diverse range of sources from Shakespeare to The Simpsons, from Red Hot Chili Peppers to Yoda, David Marsh explains how grammar need not be difficult and can be fun. There’s advice on how to improve sloppy syntax, choose the right word and avoid wobbly spelling.” 📖💕
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My Thoughts

Most grammar books just state the rules and then give some examples but this book is different. It showcases newspaper headlines, songs, and quotes from books that, despite the many hands and eyes they’ve been screened through, have found their way into the world with grammatical errors. David Marsh points out the errors and corrects them in an understandable, fun an humorous way. 😊📚

Highly recommend this to those who love grammar and those who need to learn about grammar in a fun and enjoyable way. 🤗

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2 thoughts on “Book Review: For Who The Bell Tolls by David Marsh

  1. Currently reading More THan We Can Tell by Brigid Kemmerer

  2. I’ve haven’t read that book yet. What is it about? 🙂

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