|Title:||Good Grammar (Collins Word Power) by Graham King|
|Number of Pages:||256|
An invaluable guide that breaks down the barriers that prevent so many articulate, intelligent people from communicating effectively.
Picking up a book on grammar takes courage, but the learner can take heart from the fact that many of the great writers, including Charlotte Bronte, were hopeless at grammar at school. The guide features:
the thirteen gremlins of grammar, from apostrophes to verbs
the point of sentence construction
the writing of good English
witty cartoons by Hunt Emerson
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