Michelle Finlay

Michelle Finlay is an author and former copywriter for Penguin Books. She entered into the education genre of writing with her book Everyday English. The book has since then become a popular choice for those with little to no knowledge of the English language, wishing to propel their understanding and competence further.

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Василий Гонджубасовhas quoted4 months ago
It has been a matter of controversy for some time whether or not it is permissible to end a sentence with a preposition. Winston Churchill, whose mastery of the language was undeniable, demonstrated how clumsy that could make the language seem: ‘This is the sort of English up with which I will not put.’
Василий Гонджубасовhas quoted4 months ago
Indeed there is an increasing tendency – possibly under the influence of US English – to say ‘on the weekend’.)
Василий Гонджубасовhas quoted4 months ago
Numbers: cardinal and ordinal: i.e. one or the first

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  • Michelle Finlay
    Everyday English for Grown-ups
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  • Michelle Finlay
    Everyday English for Grown-ups
    • 2.3K
    • 196
    • 5
    • 93
    Books
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  • Michelle Finlay
    Everyday English for Grown-ups
    • 2.3K
    • 196
    • 5
    • 93
    Books
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