Gente famosa também dá Pontapés na Gramática
[Lauro Portugal]

Gente famosa também dá Pontapés na Gramática
Lauro Portugal began by seeing his works in the volumes Florilégio I, Florilégio II, Fortnight Cultural Banking and VI Anthology of Contemporary Poetry. Studying the Portuguese Language (studied Modern Languages ​​and Literatures - Portuguese / French) and defender of correct speaking and writing, after the books “Saint Valentine Every Day”, “Kisses, Flowers and Verses for My Mother” (Roma Editora, 2003) and “Conversations with my father” (Roma Editora, 2004), comes to us with this original work of linguistic analysis, through which, according to his words, “to contribute to the preservation of a wealth that belongs to the whole country” , in a call for greater care in the use by influential people of our mother tongue. Interesting and interesting is the image he attributes to grammar, mercilessly mistreated as a ball in the most frenetic football game, figuratively reproduced in this book, whose grace he does not hide, but rather exposes the seriousness of the subject. 2nd Edition

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