Speak Good English Movement launches campaign to show grammar isn't boring
Published on May 28, 2014 6:56 PM
SINGAPORE - The Speak Good English Movement is trying to dispel the notion that grammar rules are boring with a series of humorous videos.
Local comedian Kumar stars as the "Queen of Grammar" in the skits, which will be uploaded once a week from Wednesday. They touch on common grammatical misunderstandings in areas such as tenses and countable nouns.
"If you learn the rules of grammar then you can check yourself far easier, rather than taking mistakes piecemeal," said the movement's chairman Goh Eck Kheng.
Notebooks highlighting common mistakes and tips on language use will be given out to members of the public during marches and dance performances by students from the Institute of Technical Education.
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