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Accomodating Brocolli in The Cemetary

Vivian Cook (Author)
Synopsis Weird or weird? Minuscule or miniscule? English spelling is fiendish. Probably only one in a hundred people have truly mastered it. Yet when famous writers like Hemingway (mirricle, ungry), Ezra Pound and Virginia Woolf get it wrong, how are the orthographically challenged to cope? Thankfully, English lends itself to innovation. This book is a celebration of spelling. From the Lord’s Prayer ()Faeder ure pu pe eart on heofonum) to graffiti, from hairdressers (Curl Up n Dye) to poets, from texters to hip-hop fans (Tupac is da gangsta of da Sky), we love to play with words, as this gr8 book shows.
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About the author

Vivian Cook

Vivian Cook helps foreign learners of English grapple with the peculiarities of the language. He is Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Newcastle and has written books on many areas of English.

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Title Accomodating Brocolli in The Cemetary
Author Vivian Cook
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Profile Books Ltd.
Language: English
isbn 1861976232
length viii+152p., Figures; Tables; 19cm.