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Part 1—Grammar, Usage, and Style1. Punctuation: Major Marks
Posted December 27, 2009
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My complaint with this version is that I also purchased the online version, and I was unable to subscribe with the provided credentials. The online version is only for students and teachers, and those credentials are required to subscribe. I tried using the number provided with the manual, but I was unsuccessful. To be fair, I lost patience and only tried once, so maybe I did something wrong, but the process is not straightforward.
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