Kathy Salaman

Kathy Salaman

Kathy Salaman is a former teacher who would like to see a fairer state education system, fewer wrinkles and world peace. She loves teaching English and maths, telling naughty jokes and reading geeky stuff.


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Dream a little dream of wee

It's National Bed Month and Kathy Salaman's looking forward to having some good dreams. Ones where she's not grown a beard or, you know, desperate to find a toilet.
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Sorry, what? Sweet lawks a lordy…

Kathy Salaman had a short sharp lesson in euphemisms from a bunch of teenagers. She shares her embarrassment in the hope that you can avoid – or embrace – it.
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Cilla: An infectious entertainer

Cilla Black’s death at the weekend has left a huge gap in the entertainment world, says Kathy Salaman.
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Swearing: more a blessing than a curse

Language and grammar expert Kathy Salaman’s got a great vocabulary. Here she explains that, despite that, sometime only a ‘fuck’ will do.
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Knowing your shit (not knowing you’re shit)

Today is National Grammar Day in the US and many would like to see it adopted in the UK. But what is grammar? And why is it considered so important? We asked The Good Grammar Company’s Kathy Salaman to give us the lowdown.