The Big Ten of Grammar
Identifying and Fixing the Ten Most Frequent Grammatical Errors
Have you ever hesitated when choosing between “I” or “me”? Have you had trouble figuring out tricky pronouns like “who” or “whom”? What about those always-troublesome commas–do they go before or after the quotation marks?
If you’re anything like the rest of us, you struggle with these age-old grammatical issues. In this practical and easy-to-understand handbook, Dr. William B. Bradshaw identifies the ten most common errors in English grammar and helps you to recognize and correct these mistakes, enabling you to write and speak with greater clarity in your personal and professional life. The Big Ten of Grammar is the perfect guide for students, teachers, and professionals to use in brushing up on their grammar.
Beaufort Books, 9780825306778, 160pp.
Publication Date: August 7, 2012
About the Author
William B. Bradshaw, a graduate of both the University of Missouri and Yale Divinity School, earned a PhD from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. Bradshaw has served as a minister, a college English instructor, and a college president. The author of Fundraising: the System that Works and Sinister Among Us, Bradshaw resides with his wife, Betty June, in Missouri.