The Wordwatcher's Guide to Good Grammar & Word Usage: Authoritative Answers to Today's Grammar and Usage Questions

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Plexus Pub., 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 296 pages
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This guide should be within easy reach for any writer because it answers hundreds of commonly asked questions that arise when penning anything from business letters to personal correspondence. The tips are presented in question-and-answer format and are arranged alphabetically by keyword for quick and easy reference. This book explains the differences between similar words, suggests appropriate words and phrases, helps writers avoid common grammatical errors, and provides guidance in the correct pronunciation of unusually spelled words.

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About the author (1998)

Morton S. Freeman is the author of A New Dictionary of Eponyms, Words to the Wise, The Story Behind the Word, and A Treasury for Word Lovers. His column, “Word Watcher,” has appeared in over 30 newspapers. He lives in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania.

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