College Workbook: The Harbrace Handbooks
Five parts divided into twenty-seven units cover Grammar, Punctuation, Usage, Style, and Writing that correspond to the chapters of the Harbrace. This printed workbook combines exercises with clear examples and explanations of grammar, usage, and writing to supplement the information and exercises found in the handbook.
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