Writing and speaking with correct grammar and style is the key to getting ahead in business and life. For many, however, mastering the details of grammar is a slow and painful process. The Idiot's Guide: Grammar and Style makes learning and using proper grammar clear and easy. In this book, readers get:
Clear, no-nonsense explanations and examples that make learning the finer points of English grammar easy.
An easy way to remember the parts of speech-including nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions, and interjections-and how to assemble them into clear clauses, phrases, sentences, and paragraphs.
Help with the mechanics of writing, including proper punctuation, capitalization, and spelling.
Tips on avoiding and fixing the most common errors.
Plentiful in-book exercises to reinforce learning for each topic.
A review of the various references and style guides available and how and when to use them.
A thorough guide to writing with clarity and conciseness, which gives more impact to letters, emails, and other documents.
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