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. Her teachers complained that she knew nothing of grammar , and could read only tolerably and write indifferently . Yet although learning and obeying the rules of grammar won t automatically bestow the grace and excellence of a Bronte on your writing, learning how written language works will certainly improve your communication skills, step by practical step.
The guide features:
the thirteen gremlins of grammar, from apostrophes to verbs. the point of sentence construction. the writing of good English. witty cartoons and illustrations.
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Graham King was a poet, watercolorist, landscape gardener and book collector. He was born in Adelaide on October 16, 1930. He trained as a cartographer and draughtsman before joining Rupert Murdoch s media empire in the 1960 s. He moved to London in 1969 and, with the help of his marketing strategies, turned the Sun newspaper into UK s bestselling tabloid. He has also authored Garden of Zola, The Pandora Valley and Killtest.
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Book Description HarperColllins. Paperback. Book Condition: VERY GOOD. Very Good copy, cover and pages show some wear from reading and storage. Binding may have light creases. Lots of life left in these pages. Bookseller Inventory # 2653055852