An English grammar book exploring the subject in an unorthodox way has gone on sale in Korea.
The title itself stands out: "Counterattack on the Rules of Conventional English Grammar."
The 612-page book, co-written by veteran English educator Ahn Seong-ho and Ahn Seong-jin, looks into English grammar from three perspectives ― (1) trade and commerce, (2) Protestantism, and (3) war and sports.
The authors say the perspectives clarify "all the underlying principles and logics" of English and that by looking into grammar this way, people will be able to grasp how grammatical elements are jumbled in sentences logically.
The book costs 29,000 won.