My Dog Bites The English Teacher Back To School Giveaway

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I’ve got an additional copy of My Dog Bites The English Teacher, just in time for back to school.You can read more about the book in my review but to summarize, this book would make a great desk reference for any student.


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37 thoughts on “My Dog Bites The English Teacher Back To School Giveaway

  1. Cindy,

    A noun substitute, a generalized word that usually has an antecedent–I am showing off again.


  2. Jill,

    Substitute for, usually with an anticedent–can indicate 1st, 2nd, or 3rd person, singular or plural number, gender, and even case usage.  I am shopwing off.  No one has said a word to me about any pronouns since I retired ten years ago.  Please forgive me for my mental lapse.


  3. This looks like a great book for teaching my kids some useful grammar skills! I always like adverbs because they often answer questions such as how? (or in what way?), when?, where?, why? and to what extent?.

  4. Winning Readings,

    In English plpacement is so important.  In some languages word order is not key.  What a difference between My dog bites the English teacher AND The English teacher bites my dog.


  5. Nancy,

    Lest not forget the “ide” including sports, hobbies, emotions, I could go on but the list is too long for anyone to learn.


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