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Grammar Book for You and I (Oops, Me): All the Grammar You Need to Succeed In Life

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2004

    Informative & entertaining

    How many grammar books make you laugh? This one does. The author makes easy going of what could be a tedious subject. Though you will have to work to keep up with this book, the effort is well worth it. Sections at the end cover the grammar issues we most commonly trip over. This is a great reference!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2002

    Best Grammar Book I've Ever Seen

    Reading grammar books is about as much fun as a root canal. I hate them. However, being a professional writer, it is imperative that I stay on top of grammatical errors. I am finding this book to be very interesting, very educational and very entertaining. Within the first few pages I had discovered a common grammatical error in MY OWN writing corrected it. It has certainly jumped to the top of my reference guides to keep me on the path to enlightened communication. Translation: Rather sounding like an inbred hick, I sound like I actually know what I am talking about.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2002

    The $25,000 Letter...

    As a business professional, I often convey a specific course of action to my clientele. This client communication frequently takes the form of a business letter and must concisely set an agenda and yet persuasively `win over' my client to a particular thought process. A well-written and professional business letter can differentiate my position and will often mean the difference between winning an account and receiving the obligatory 'Thank you for presenting, but...' letter from the prospective client. Mr. Good¿s book has no doubt supplemented my writing abilities and assisted in my professional business development. Many thanks...

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