It's one step forewords, two steps back ..

8th October 2010 at 01:00

Everyone makes mistakes, sure, but I did find it amusing that in Quentin Blake's letter complaining about the spelling of a French word by a TES reviewer, he mentioned writing a "forward" to someone's book (Letters, October 1). I used to know this as a "foreword". When did this change?

Fran Hill, English teacher, Warwickshire.

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