English punctuation made easy
Punctuation - learn the basics without the pain. People will never laugh at your punctuation again.
Is YOUR punctuation letting you down? FREE SURVIVAL GUIDE
Are you sick of people telling you that your writing is like a ten year old’s? You know exactly what you are trying to convey, but your punctuation fails you? Does it almost make you feel-afraid when people are about to read what you ‘ve written?
Well, you’re not alone, and yet – punctuation is dead easy!
In just thirty minutes TOTAL, I can teach you everything you need to know to punctuate your sentences perfectly.
Marshalling your arguments properly, making you more persuasive and making your work a joy to READ. Never again will people laugh at your punctuation.
In this free course - just a few, very brief videos – each one focusing on a single learning-point, you will enjoy being in control of everything you write.
No jargon. No grammar lessons. Just simple A-B-C rules. And, as with all my courses, you get hard-copy notes to download.
In all my courses, I show you how to DRIVE the car, without teaching you how to strip down the engine.
And l try to entertain you along the way.
Book it now! It’s free, it’s fun, it’s EASY. It’s your Survival Guide.
See you in class!
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For the past 20 odd years Len has run his own business, Copywriting On Demand. He works from home, writing copy for organisations around the world - and lots of them have become personal friends.
His biggest market is the USA, followed by the UK, the Arab states and the Netherlands. His business comes via the web and his website attracts more than 1,000 visits a day.
Clients are as diverse as Vodafone, The Finance Leasing Association, Lloyds, PricewaterhouseCoopers, a number of multinational pharmaceutical companies - even a TV 'Secret Millionaire'.
Married for more than 50 years (a world record?) he has three sons.
He lives in a rambling old vicarage in Yorkshire that has the distinction of having been built by the Brönte sisters’ Uncle Fennel. Charlotte’s earliest recorded letter was written from the vicarage during one of the children’s brief holidays there.
His interests have included competitive rallying (including an attempt at the Monte Carlo Rally and the Paris Marrakesh), and paragliding. These days he is content with art and opera.
Len can be contacted: [email protected]