Grammar for Grown-ups is a new-concept grammar book designed to help busy adults correct their grammar mistakes; and they are making a lot of them. For example:
The dean of the graduate School of Journalism at U.C., Berkeley said in an interview, "It serves you and I."
After an attorney's client was convicted of the murder of her husband by "accidentally" running him over three times, he said, "I feel badly for her.
An overheard comment at a party, "She is whom she has always been, only more so."
The above mistakes––and sixty additional ones––are quickly and easily corrected in author Rayn Random's second grammar book, Grammar for Grown-ups. After years of note taking, she has selected the most glaring and repeated errors spoken and written. The examples she offers were made by people with all levels of education, from high school graduate to Ph.D. and doctorate, and every ecenomic level.
Almost everyone who takes even a quick flip through Grammar for Grown-ups will find something in his or her own speaking or writing that could use a little fix.