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Enhancing your speaking and writing skills helps in everyday situations, such as writing a paper for school, giving a presentation to a company’s bigwigs, or communicating effectively with family and friends. English Grammar For Dummies, 2nd Edition gives you the latest techniques for improving your efficiency with English grammar and punctuation.
- Teaches the rules of verbs, adjectives, and adverbs; prepositions, propositions, and pronoun pronouncements; punctuation; possessives; and proofreading skills for all communication
- Geraldine Woods is the author of English Grammar Workbook For Dummies, College Admission Essays For Dummies, Research Papers For Dummies, SAT I For Dummies, 6th Edition, AP English Literature For Dummies, and AP English Language For Dummies
For speakers and writers of all skill levels, English Grammar For Dummies, 2nd Edition provides easy-to-follow, practical information for improving your command of English grammar.
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Grasping the intricacies of the English language doesn’t need to be tricky, and this down-to-earth guide breaks everything down in ways that make sense—Revealing rules, tips, and tricks to eliminate confusion and gain clarity, English Grammar For Dummies gives you everything you need to communicate with confidence!
Good grammar lays the foundation for speaking and writing clearly. This easy-to-follow book will help you become a more articulate, effective communicator. Covering everything from the building blocks of a sentence to those pesky rules of punctuation, it offers the practical guidance you need to communicate in a way that would make any English teacher proud.
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Building a Firm Foundation: The Parts of the Sentence
Using the Right Words at the Right Time
Verbs: The Heart of the Sentence
Who’s Doing What? How to Find the Subject
When All Is Said and Done: Complete Sentences
Clearing Up Confusing Grammar Points
Relax! Understanding Verb Tense
Nodding Your Head: All About Agreement
Pronouns and Their Cases
Small Words, Big Trouble: Prepositions
Two Real Really Good Parts of Speech: Adjectives and Adverbs
Conventional Wisdom: Punctuation and Capitalization
Punctuation Law That Should Be Repealed: Apostrophes
Quotations: More Rules Than the Internal Revenue Service
The Pause That Refreshes: Commas
Useful Little Marks: Dashes, Hyphens, and Colons
Rules of Thumb: Adapting Grammar to Electronic Media
Polishing Without Wax: The Finer Points of Grammar and Style
No Santas but Plenty of Clauses
Spicing Up Sentence Patterns
Staying on Track: Parallelism
Meaning What You Say: Clarity
The Part of Tens
Ten Ways Two to Improve Your Proofreading
Relax Already! Grammar Rules You Can Stop Worrying About