Teach Yourself Grammar and Style in 24 Hours is a straightforward guide to everything from basic nouns and verbs to expressing clear thought in writing. Based on the proven Teach Yourself formula, the authors will construct 24 1-hour lessons on grammar and style that build sequentially. Since grammar and style work together, readers can see how one chapter affects the next as they progress.
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Are you worried that how you speak or write is holding you back at work? Do you fear you’re making frequent conversational errors, but just aren’t sure what’s correct? Ever stumble when choosing between “”who”” and “”whom,”” “”affect”” and “”effect,”” “”lay”” and “”lie””? If so, then When [...]
This book contains most frequently asked questions about English including but not limited to Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation and Idioms.
Some questions which are answered in the book are below:
•What is the meaning and origin of ‘wild card’ in tennis? •What is the difference between ‘scoot down’ and ‘scoot over’? •How is the word ‘lacunae’ [...]
The Cambridge Guide to English Usage is an A–Z reference book, giving an up-to-date account of the debatable issues of English usage and written style. Its advice draws a wealth of recent research and data from very large corpora of American and British English – illuminating their many divergences and also points of convergence on which international English can be based. The book comprises more than 4000 points of word meaning, spelling, grammar, [...]