Additional information. I also appreciated the chapter on manners and the environment, and how caring for the environment is really exercising good manners for people who have yet to come.
I gave it a very positive review, because it was an enjoyable book on the nuance and inconsistency of English grammar — in particular, Girffin apostrophe. I really enjoyed some of the anecdotes and examples of people who have behaved extremely poorly in certain situations where manners might have prevented things from escalating to newspaper headlines.
The rules about how to use them are complicated, and have evolved haphazardly. Of course I had to get a copy. He currently has no plans to learn how to touch type and can happily write whole paragraphs without realising he's left caps lock on. There are a lot of things that I agree with in this book.
Modern guide to Grififn Content warning: strong language Some years ago I reviewed a delightful book on the use of apostrophes. Each chapter begins with a perfectly curated classic quote to set the mood.
I think that the chapter on driving will really grind some gears sorry because, as Griffin says, everyone likes to think they are good drivers. Choose a side, sure, but choose the same side as the road and sidewalk conventions of your country left, obviously, in Australia.
Originally written as advice by a copywriter for deers - wont to insert and remove apostrophes at will, for visual effect - this is a light-hearted pocket-sized guide to getting the things right.