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The Perfect English Grammar Workbook

Simple Rules and Quizzes to Master Today's English

Lisa McLendon

Paperback

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Description

Grammar greatness--with simple rules, exercises, and quizzes.

Mastering English grammar has never been easier. The Perfect English Grammar Workbook is a complete explanation of standard American English and an irreplaceable resource for students, ESL learners, and anyone else who's serious about mistake-free speaking and writing.

From punctuation and prepositions to adverbs and abbreviations, this grammar workbook provides simple and straightforward guides to every part of English grammar. With classroom-style lessons you can practice your skills with dozens of helpful exercises. Afterwards, check your progress with comprehensive end-of-chapter quizzes.

The Perfect English Grammar Workbook includes:

  • Modern rules for modern writers--Make sure your skills are up to date with a grammar workbook featuring the latest rules for learning English.
  • Focused lessons--Master grammar over the course of 17 chapters--each divided into individual sections so you can focus on one idea at a time.
  • Exercises, quizzes, and more--This grammar workbook is filled with handy practice exercises and quizzes that will help you test what you've learned.

Never misplace a comma again--The Perfect English Grammar Workbook makes it easy.

Zephyros Press, 9781623157968, 214pp.

Publication Date: January 10, 2017



About the Author

Lisa McLendon is the the author of the grammar blog madamgrammar.com. Lisa offers expert guidance on all things words, language, editing and the like. After getting a doctorate in Slavic languages, Lisa spent a dozen years on newspaper copy desks before teaching news editing at the University of North Texas, Friends University in Wichita, and Wichita State University. A member of the American Copy Editors Society (ACES) since 2000, Lisa has presented numerous sessions at national and regional ACES conferences, on topics such as grammar, punctuation, headlines and math. Lisa loves linguistic humor, proper use of the verb "comprise," and numbers that add up.