Sentences are either well written or, well, written.
We all have a stab at writing, but nobody is perfect. After decades of syntactic swinging, it’s now time for the Anglophone world to start practising safe text.
Just Like Grammar Used To Make is a light-hearted tour of English language shortcuts to help people crank up their writing game without the need to burden themselves with exacting study.
Michael Emery read Modern Languages at the University of Bristol and is a qualified English teacher (TEFL).
And a language goon.
While he’s not going to be the life and soul of a full-on shindig at the local hostelry, he does know that ‘full on’ when preceding and modifying a noun is always hyphenated.