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Whether you're a novice or a full-blown pedant, this informal but informative evening will teach you the rules you need to remember, and the ones you can safely forget, leaving you feeling more confident to write freely and share your work with the world. Although the tone of the evening is light-hearted, this course aims to explore many important rules and aspects of English grammar. Questions are welcome at all stages to ensure attendees fully understand each subject.

Topics covered include:. David Marsh has been a journalist for nearly 40 years and is production editor of the Guardian, which he joined in He edits the Guardian style guide ; the Guardian's Mind your language blog , and the guardianstyle Twitter feed, which has more than 50, followers. He also currently runs a masterclass in subediting for students on the MA Print Journalism course at Sheffield University, where he is an external examiner. If you're using a mobile device, click here to book. Date: Tuesday 10 June Times: 6.

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1. Play Charades to Practice the Present Perfect

So how can you help your child to get to grips with grammar, and actually enjoy it? Making grammar fun for primary-school children 1.

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