A 420-page guide and 1 MP3 CD lasting 2½ hrs
What is more typically British than humour? Is there anything more pathetic than a French speaker mumbling in English?
The author of this book, an eminent professor of English, patiently listed the most common errors made by his young and not-so-young students. The idea here is to solve these problems through good humour, more specifically with unforgettable, witty sayings, pithy puns and funny stories to shed light on obscure language.
For these very individual lessons, it also randomly quotes: Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw, Mark Twain, Groucho Marx, Winston Churchill and Woody Allen, to name but a few.
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