• Apostrophe Catastrophe

Apostrophe Catastrophe

Apostrophe Catastrophe

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  • Author
    Patrick C Notchtree
  • Publisher
    The History Press
  • Publication date
    05 November 2015

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Apostrophe Catastrophe

  • Author

    Patrick C Notchtree

  • Date Published

    05 November 2015

  • Publisher

    The History Press

  • Pages

    160 pages

  • ISBN

    9780750966726

Book Description

The apostrophe causes more problems in the English language than any other aspect of grammar. Grown adults with a university education don’t know how to use it properly, and our high streets are filled with hilarious examples of its misuse. Join the pedants as they revolt against the misuse of this essential piece of punctuation and with one simple rule learn how to use the apostrophe correctly – once and for all. "Welcome to the pedants' club. I'm struggling to find a way of faulting your theory...and having a bit of trouble. Well done." - John Humphrys, BBC Journalist and Presenter, BBC Radio 4 'Today'

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