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Grammar Essentials for Proofreading, Copy Editing & Business Writing
Learn the grammar and usage topics you need to quickly improve your writing skills for personal and business success. "Grammar Essentials" shows you how to correct common grammar errors like fragments, run-ons and comma splices, while answering usage concerns such as when to use "who" or "whom," or what words to capitalize or abbreviate. Each chapter ends with practical exercises. Remember, Good writing starts with good grammar.
Student Success Grammar Skills
Before students can write successful classroom assignments, they must know grammar. “Student Success Grammar Skills,” makes it easy for middle school, high school, college students and adult learners to improve their language and writing abilities. In this book, students learn to effectively put words and phrases together before tackling essays, research papers, and other longer, written documents. “Student Success Grammar Skills,” features plain English explanations, knowledge checks, and chapter exercises to reinforce learning.
Proofreading Power: Skills & Drills
Can you catch mistakes in your own writing? Can you identify and correct common writing errors? Would you like to become an effective proofreader for personal growth or profit? Before you write a book, launch a business or start a side-hustle, you must learn to produce error-free writing. “Proofreading Power: Skills & Drills” provides essential rules, guidelines and tips to quickly boost your editing prowess.
Adult Learner Grammar Essentials
Have you been out of the classroom for a while? The Good Grammar Book for Adult Learners teaches you to effectively correct the most common grammar errors encountered in academic writing. With self-study quizzes, plain English explanations and real-world examples, you will improve your grammar skills in just minutes a day.
Urban Grammar Quick Fixes
Urban grammar is the pervasive non-standard usage of the English language - often popularized and satirized in the media - versus the knowledge and good practice of standard English grammar rules.
Rememorable or memorable? Sticked or stuck? Unlegal or illegal? Worser or worse? Learn commonly misused, misinterpreted, mispronounced or misspelled words and how to correct them according to standard English conventions.