Grammar stories, books, poems, and more

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It's some ambiguities in the English Language Read More
It is a writing on the peculiarities of the English Language Read More
This essay deals with some aspects of changes in American English usage that I find puzzling. Read More
This is a satire about commas and their misuse. I hope you appreciate how hard I had to work to misuse every comma in this piece :P Read More
This is just a book of grammar. I'll have chapters concerning the most common questions, and answer them using my experience with the Chicago Manual of Style, 17th edition. This is just a sort of guide to help people understand the complex English language and its grammatical obstacles that… Read More
This folder is creative revision of materials put in the CIS-folder (which here is not present because is in Russian) but this is not a translation, this is adaptation to the new auditory. Yet this is not a book but a small series of, at present 3, related papers… Read More
It's a poem about what I experience last year. Read More

Tags: poem, grammar, error

Though there is a lot of interest in the Dravidian languages world over, informaton available, to the English knowing public, on the developments that have come about in Kannada lexicography and grammar is not much. Kannada is a Dravidian language and it has its own history of dictionaries, grammars, prosody,… Read More

Poem / Humor

December 31, 2015

It snowed words last night. Read More
The development of the SQL+sh as an interactive front-end to Unify’s Structured Query Language (SQL). Read More
A small 300 word essay in which I give my point of view about the combination of grammar and feelings. Read More
A poem about writers and poets who can't spell and the criticism and judgment they get from people who don't take the time to look before they read. This also includes and is dedicated to anyone who understands the struggles of loving to write but isn't heard due to spelling/grammar… Read More
A group of kids at a grammar school in Liverpool, England in 1920 discover a mysterious gem as the visit of the elusive lord and lady of Lighton hall is fast approaching. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 05, 2014

Reads: 163

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A lament stemmed from learning Free Verse poetry while also taking an advanced grammar class Read More

Reads: 550

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

The aim of this paper is to explore the usage, impact and popular opinions of textese. Through comparing and contrasting media perceptions with academic research I intend to unravel some of the stigma attached to this altered form of standard written English. This study investigates whether textese usage by young… Read More

Reads: 583

Comments: 10

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Some more of my useless advice :D Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 07, 2013

Reads: 281

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

A was watching a literary lecture when I thought of this piece. It is spotted with bits of humor here and there and yes contradictions to the subject at hand. But 'tis is poetry! Relax and enjoy :) Read More

Miscellaneous / Other

December 25, 2012

Reads: 541

Comments: 11

The Booksie Classic House

It's another one of my contests! Read more below! Read More
I see some writers here struggling, especially the new and younger members, so I came up with this in an effort to help them. It is for everyone, and I have actually used it myself, and I hope it is useful for all members here. :3 Read More
Feel free to leave questions or suggestions for things I should add. Someone requested prepositions and here they are. I did a quick google-search, and found a much-too-good site, to leave it behind. Prepositions have little "rules" to them, and little logic, but simply needs to be crammed. After reading… Read More
Feel free to leave questions or suggestions for things I should add. Read More
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After having published my ironic humour on critique, I almost felt bad for not helping out. This is my serious attempt on helping all Booksians out there, as well as giving you some hints on what I might do wrong :-P (We all like improvement, don't we?) This is a… Read More
i love you no matter what you sometimes think and no matter thing i did... Read More
My opinion on literature and prose. After just having watched a lecture on Vladimir Nabokov and his book "Lolita", I felt I had to vent what I thought. Read More
This is a quick tutorial for beginning writers. It offers grammar advice (from a professional) as well as tips to improve writing in the way of character and plot development. Read More
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