5 edition of Mind the gaffe found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 301-).
|LC Classifications||PE1464 .T73 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||301,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||301|
|LC Control Number||2002327119|
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Mind the Gaffe is a humorous but useful look at common errors in English and the acceptable differences between American and British English (and sometimes other dialects too). The book is presented in alphabetical order and is very easy to use/5.
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Title: Mind the Gaffe Author: R. Trask Type: Non-Fiction Page Count/Review Word Count: Rating: 7/10 This book is nothing more and nothing less than an interesting dive into the murky world of the English language and of grammar.
Trask highlights a number of common mistakes that plague our society, and in this bookRead More If you liked this, you might also like: Lynne Truss.
Mind the Gaffe is a good book, and I can highly recommend its content. Why only 2 stars. I bought it for use on my Kindle. Big mistake. Reference books are hopeless on a Kindle if they don't have a good an excellent indexing system. The table of contents is a mere list of four and hopeless for navigating to specific reference points/5(20).
A linguist with attitude, R. Trask was a steadfast soldier in the never-ending War of Words, fighting the good fight for standard written English. Revered for its insight and legendary for its "cheek," Trask's Mind the Gaffe. is an indispensable guidebook for wordsmiths and. Paperback. Condition: Very Good.
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I bought this book because of its witty punning title and Penguin's reputation for publishing excellent titles like the "Penguin Writer's Manual". But while the title may be witty, the content is not. "Mind the Gaffe" is an A-Z of words and phrases that the author wants to sound off about or thinks that you, dear reader, might get wrong/5(14).
Kinsley gaffe. A Kinsley gaffe occurs when a political gaffe reveals some truth that a politician did not intend to admit. The term comes from journalist Michael Kinsley, who said, "A gaffe is when a politician tells the truth – some obvious truth he isn't supposed to say.".
The term gaffe may be used to describe an inadvertent statement by a politician that the politician believes is true. I recently mentioned a book called Mind The Gaffe, which is all about errors in got me to thinking about the word gaffe and other related expressions. I set out to do some digging in my trusty dictionary and came up with a few surprises.
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Get this from a library. Mind the gaffe: the Penguin guide to common errors in English. [R L Trask] -- Exasperated by marking exam scripts, the author checked some of the most common errors his students made.
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