Basics of Clause and Sentence Structure: A Handbook for New and Experienced Writers
This primer, a pithy handbook for the dilettante and a refresher for the seasoned wordsmith, employs a methodology that has proven highly effective with students over the years. Sure to come in handy for all who want to take the flaws out of their clauses- and keep them out!
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