More Anguished English: An Exposé of Embarrassing Excruciating, and Egregious Errors in English (2020)

More Anguished English: An Exposé of Embarrassing Excruciating, and Egregious Errors in English Richard Lederer More Anguished English An Expos of Embarrassing Excruciating and Egregious Errors in English This follow up to Anguished English has all new flubs fluffs and accidental assaults on our language
  • Title: More Anguished English: An Exposé of Embarrassing Excruciating, and Egregious Errors in English
  • Author: Richard Lederer
  • ISBN: 9780440215776
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback
More Anguished English: An Exposé of Embarrassing Excruciating, and Egregious Errors in English Richard Lederer This follow up to Anguished English has 2,000 all new flubs, fluffs, and accidental assaults on our language.
More Anguished English: An Exposé of Embarrassing Excruciating, and Egregious Errors in English Richard Lederer

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One thought on “More Anguished English: An Exposé of Embarrassing Excruciating, and Egregious Errors in English

  1. Trudy

    More Anguished English is one of those sequels that inevitably follows a successful book Because it became available at the library before Anguished English, I read it first, but I suspect the first book was better I really hope so This type of sequel usually comes about because readers of the first book deluge the author with similar content, and he or she edits and compiles it into a follow on book Parts of this book were literally laugh out loud funny, but other parts draggedd some were proba [...]

  2. Anu

    Just a collection of all kinds of misuse of the mongrel language English Nothing that you won t find in mindless email forwards that you read, smile and delete Maybe worth a glance in 1993 when it was published, but, definitely not worth a read as a book today

  3. Bob

    What fun I ve seen a few of these floating around on the Internet for some time I ve even acquired a few of my own, like the lady in church who prayed for ose who take refuse on our beaches.

  4. Carolyn

    This was a fun walk through our language Especially when it falls into the wrong hands and lands on Church signs, newspapers, and in court rooms Absolute Brilliance in the ability to discover such accidents when out and about Great fun indeed.

  5. J. Alfred

    To be honest, I did laugh out loud during some parts of the book On the whole, though, it was a big waste of time.

  6. Cynthia Egbert

    This is so much fun If you love laughing at the stupid word mistakes of others then this book and the others he has written in the series are for you

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