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English expert, Santo J. Aurelio, Ed. D. makes speaking and writing easier for everyone with his book, How To Say It And Write It Correctly NOW (Logophile Press, 2003, ISBN: 0-9728286-0-5). Dr. Aurelio offers a wealth of knowledge on many grammar mysteries for all ages, including punctuation and a layperson'ss legal dictionary. He intends to wipe out all grammar mishaps and encourage his readers to be confident and enjoy speaking and writing English. In a flip of a page, you can distinguish the origin of wedding rings, learn 32 major art movements, and incorporate popular abbreviations and terms into your everyday use. How To Say It And Write It Correctly NOW provides more useful information and weighs less than a dictionary. You will never have to fear speaking to important constituents, writing an important letter, or involving yourself in a mature conversation.
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This English-grammar and reference book contains a wealth of information, such as: * 175 Latin and Greek roots, comprising the Foundation of the English language * Easy-to-understand grammar rules, plus 35 punctuation and spelling principles * 1,100 homonyms (as, all ready/already) and pseudonyms (as, accede/exceed) including triplets, quadruplets, & 1 quintuplet (carrel/choral/chorale/coral/corral) * 366 words hard to spell; 140 words hard to pronounce; all 8 parts of speech; the 3 basic forms of 100 problematic verbs; over 425 abbreviations and acronyms; 32 major art periods and movements (as, Art Deco, Impressionism, etc.) * Layperson's Legal Dictionary containing some 800 words and terms * 1,109 medical words with definitions and thousands of examples * Origin and history of over 220 words and phrases (as, chauvinist, honeymoon, first cousin once removed, malaria, seventh heaven, swastika, etc.) * Popular words that should never be used by anybody (e.g., biannual, duplicitous, fulsome, inflammable, remit, etc.) - and why they should not be used.
And much more has been included - all for the edification and enjoyment of all speakers and writers who sincerely want to say it and write it correctly.About the Author:
Dr. Aurelio lives with his wife in Arlington, MA. They have four sons. Santo Aurelio, Ed. D., earned bachelor's and master's degrees from Harvard University, and a doctorate in education from Boston University. Dr. Aurelio is a Visiting Professor at colleges in the Boston area, where he teaches a variety of subjects, focusing on English grammar and medico legal terminology.
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Book Description Synergy Books, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110974764434
Book Description Synergy Books. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 0974764434 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0547276