Webster's New World English Grammar Handbook
에이콘출판, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 368 pages
Webster′s New World English Grammar Handbook covers all the basics of standard English usage in a concise, step–by–step format including the special "General Observation" feature that provides grammar rules and tips at a glance. This comprehensive reference is the perfect desktop reference for the non–writing professionals and students alike. Webster′s New World English Grammar Handbook goes beyond the competition by providing special sections on writing, spelling, and punctuation as well as an extensive appendix on "Misused Words and Expressions." This alphabetized appendix features hundreds of examples of misused words and expressions and explains proper usage. You′ll find yourself referring to this section time and again to polish your grammar.
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