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Publisher's Summary

Fear not, gentle writer, Mrs. Grammar Person is here, and she has the answers to all of the questions you never thought to ask. As a dedicated and serious grammarian, she will do what it takes to be entertaining and enlightening but never vulgar or coarse. Heavens, no! Where are her smelling salts?
Warm and witty, Mrs. G.P. makes grammar interesting with rhyming, wishful thinking, storytelling, and a champagne toast. You are cordially invited to join her for a spot of tea!
©2015 Barbara Venkataraman (P)2015 Barbara Venkataraman
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By Jan on 01-05-17

READ IT!!!

A friend alerted me to this book and I was delighted to find it as Whispersync on the cheap!
Separated into chapters, this fun little English language book settles the differences between similar sounding words that are often misused, as well as other words which are frequently a puzzlement. I wish that everyone who texts would grab a copy of this very funny yet incredibly useful book!
Carrie Lee Martz increases the fun level with her clear narration

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By Melstamps on 10-09-16

Who Knew That Learning Grammar Could Be Fun?

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Who knew that a refresher course in grammar could be so much fun? I truly enjoyed listening to “Teatime with Mrs. Grammar Person” by Barbara Venkatamaran; so much so that I will absolutely listen to it again. Like many people who last studied grammar many years ago, I sometimes wonder if my usage is correct. Mrs. Grammar Person helped confirm that, yes, I was using our language properly most of the time, but I still have much to learn and remember. I recommend this book to others who want to write or speak intelligently but are too lazy to drudge through an old textbook. I’m hoping for a sequel to cover any areas not covered.<br/><br/>I was given a copy of this book by the author but not required to write a review. I am doing so because I truly think it’s well worth a listen/read. The book is quite entertaining as well as very informative. <br/>

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