Lynne truss eats shoots and leaves pdf
[PDF] Download Eats Shoots & Leaves The Zero Tolerance Approach to Pu…This is a first book in a while I read in russian. You may notice that maybe it's not the best idea to read a book about english grammar in russian language. But worry not, I had a really good translation that was created with the help of many educated british ladies and gentlemen; moreover the original quotes were saved in translation and I had a bonus in a form of two phrases instead of one. This book is not a grammar book but an entertaining nonfiction about the most funny misuse of punctuati. This book is not a grammar book but an entertaining nonfiction about the most funny misuse of punctuation. As you can see from the title, the original meaning was that panda eats shoots and leaves, but someone misplaced one comma, and the result is drastically changed.
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This is perhaps unsurprising for a book whose subject is punctuation. And while it became a best-seller in Britain before crossing the pond to us, it is unlikely to cause any great punctuation re- formation; the evolution of the apostrophe into a mark of pluralism, the ascendence of it's over its , and so forth, will likely continue unabated, despite Truss's book. Nevertheless, the book will hold many pleasures for lovers of language. Readers, writers, teachers and others will find themselves amused and at times instructed by Truss, a former editor and confessed stickler. She has done a sizable amount of research, and the book is peppered with fascinating tidbits from the history of printing and punctuation.
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Lynne Truss - Eats, Shoots and Leaves
Sep 25, 60 Minutes Buy. Apr 11, ISBN Apr 12, ISBN Sep 25, 60 Minutes. She proclaims, in her delightfully urbane, witty, and very English way, that it is time to look at our commas and semicolons and see them as the wonderful and necessary things they are. Using examples from literature, history, neighborhood signage, and her own imagination, Truss shows how meaning is shaped by commas and apostrophes, and the hilarious consequences of punctuation gone awry. We all know the basics of punctuation.