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By Lynne Truss

ISBN-10: 1592402038

ISBN-13: 9781592402038

A bona fide publishing phenomenon, Lynne Truss's now vintage number one manhattan occasions bestseller Eats, Shoots & Leaves makes its paperback debut after promoting over three million copies world wide in hardcover. we know the fundamentals of punctuation. Or can we? a glance at so much local signage tells a unique tale. via sloppy utilization and occasional criteria on the web, in e mail, and now textual content messages, we've got made right punctuation an endangered species. In Eats, Shoots & Leaves, former editor Truss dares to claim, in her delightfully urbane, witty, and intensely English approach, that it's time to examine our commas and semicolons and spot them because the magnificent and valuable issues they're. it is a ebook for those who love punctuation and get disappointed whilst it truly is mishandled. From the discovery of the query mark for the time of Charlemagne to George Orwell shunning the semicolon, this vigorous background makes a robust case for the renovation of a method of printing conventions that's a lot too sophisticated to be mucked approximately with.

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Maison (grand/blanc) 3. - Cet ordinateur est nouveau ? 3. homme (beau/brun) 4. - Cet avion est très vieux ! 4. étudiantes (nouveau/américain) ^JËT) Complétez avec « des », « de » ou « d' ». 1. La styliste Emmanuelle Kahn a toujours grosses lunettes. - 2. Les contes de Léo Perutz sont histoires étranges. - 3. Les contes de Perrault sont belles histoires. - 4. Apportez-moi autres photos de votre famille. - 5. Les vieux bistrots de Paris sont endroits magnifiques. cinquante-cinq • 55 L'ADJECTIF (2) • • • ADJECTIFS PARTICULIERS 1 Certains adjectifs changent de sens selon leur place.

Non, 5. - Vous avez souvent l'occasion de voyager ? - Oui, Répondez à la forme positive ou négative. - Vous avez une voiture ? -/\lm, j&Kai pal de, aadi4/i&. Posez des questions selon le modèle. -Oui, 1. -Il fait 15° ! jj'mâ? 2. - Vous avez des enfants ? - Non, 2. - Il est midi passé ! 3. -Vous avez une piscine ? - Non, 3. - Ce plat est trop salé ! -Non, 4. - Il est 2 heures du matin. 5. -Vous avez la télé ? - Oui, 5. - Cette rue est très sombre ! 6. - Vous avez le satellite ? - Non, 6. - Il fait plus de 30° !

3. C'est notre dixième 4. J'ai quarante CjE^ de mariage. cette 3. Il pleut depuis \x6\$jmMlj(M/Méei.. 4. Tu as vécu combien z\'an6-lannéei au Chili ? Complétez avec « an »/« année », « nombre »/« numéro », « il y a »/« c'est ». Le numéro 1 000 Notre magazine a vingt un supplément de 20 pages : cette Dans le 1 000 du 6 septembre, notre album souvenir qui commence par la rencontre de trois vieux amis, un 14 juillet, au milieu d'un grand d'inconnus. C'est cette -là que notre magazine est né... soixante-trois • 63 LE TEMPS (1) Aujourd'hui, nous sommes le 3 février.

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