A CONCISE GRAMMAR BOOK FOR THOSE WHO HATE GRAMMAR
by Ron Mead
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Improve Your Writing Quickly!
What spell check and grammar check can’t do for you, this book will.
This book is an invaluable resource for editors, authors, technical writers, middle, high school and college teachers, students, journalists, bloggers, broadcasters, public speakers, and writers in the public and private sectors.
“Ron has distilled some of the worst and most common errors in to this readable little book.”- Arizona Daily Star, January 2, 2011
. How to correct the most common errors
. Clear, concise explanations
. Numbering system makes answers easy to find
. Easy-to-read format. For example:
13. Correct Us of Quotation Marks, Underlining, and Italics
A. The comma and the period always go inside quotation marks.
No: One of Hamlet’s most famous lines is “To be or not to be”.
Yes: One of Hamlet’s most famous lines is “To be or not to be.”
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