The NSW education minister has suffered a classic cringeworthy moment when he failed to answer some simple grammatical questions live on air.
Adrian Piccoli recently announced that primary schools across NSW will be given $20 how-to-teach grammar manuals because thousands of teachers struggle to teach children basic literacy.
Speaking to 2UE's John and Garry, Mr Piccoli said the new manuals would seek to better equip the state's 63,000-odd teachers with the skills required to effectively teach English.
But on Thursday morning, Mr Piccoli appeared to have experienced a radio blooper when he repeatedly laughed off questions to define a pronoun, verb and adjective.
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