Handbook of English Usage For Editors, Writers & Executives
This is a reference book on the correct use of the English language which will prove useful not only to those whose profession demands a command over the language (like journalists and writers) but also to those who use English as a medium of correspondence. The book will help them construct simple. Straightforward and grammatically flawless sentences, with the punctuation markes at the right place.
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