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10 grammar rules you can forget: how to stop worrying and write proper | Science | The Guardian

October 1, 2013

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how to stop worrying and write proper | Science | The Guardian. Guardian Style Guide author David Marsh set out to master perfect grammatical English – but discovered that ‘correct’ isn’t always best. Here are the 10 grammar laws you no longer need to check• Plus: five rules you should remember• What pop music can teach you […]

Venus Transit

June 5, 2012

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Transit of Venus: stargazers prepare for rare planetary spectacle | Science | guardian.co.uk. Planet’s passing across the sun offers once-in-a-lifetime event for viewers around the world, not due to recur until 2117

Our future is in the hands of men who havent grown up

June 4, 2012

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| John Harris | Comment is free | The Guardian. In past crises our leaders had age and experience. Now they come across as dilettantes distracted by games on their iPads

How film brings the diamond jubilee years to life

May 29, 2012

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How film brings the diamond jubilee years to life | Teacher Network Blog | Guardian Professional As we celebrate sixty years of the Queen’s reign, our blogger explains how film can trick your pupils into learning about the UK’s heritage – and their own identity

Amy Lamé: ‘Morrissey had better not turn up’ | Stage | The Guardian

May 8, 2012

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Amy Lamé: ‘Morrissey had better not turn up’ | Stage | The Guardian.