Common grammar, punctuation, and word usage problems explained clearly! Easy-to-find, in alphabetical format! And an index too! Special expanded section for all those pesky comma rules!
“I guarantee that you will want this book in your home collection and will refer to it often.” – Susan J. Behrens, Ph.D., Professor, Marymount Manhattan College “
Arlene Miller’s Correct Me If I’m Wrong puts English into plain English, which is no small feat! The book is terrific.” – Scott James, New York Times columnist
“This book is a gem for business writing. I use it to check the grammar on my correspondence with customers and in the articles I write for trade publications. When I travel for business, this little book goes with me. Arlene has made it easy to search and correct grammatical errors. I highly recommend this book.” – Jonathan Hayden, Business Consultant
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Partial Table of Contents:
Active or Passive Voice? Affect or Effect? Almost or Most? Already or All Ready? Alright or All Right? Among or Between? And, But, So: Can I Start a Sentence with Them? Anymore or Any More? As If or Like? Bring or Take? Comma or Semicolon? Commas: To Comma or Not to Comma? That Is the Question Continual or Continuous? Dates: How Do I Write Them? Disinterested or Uninterested? Everyone or Every One? Fractions: When and How Do I Spell Out? (no hyphen as a noun) I or Me? (We or Us?) If or Whether? Imply or Infer? It’s I or It’s Me? Lead or Led? Lend or Loan? Libel or Slander? Me or Myself? Much or Many? Parallel Construction: What Is It? Period or Semicolon? Possessives: Do I Have It Right? Precede or Proceed? Quotations Marks: Help!? Some Time or Sometimes Subjunctive Mood: What’s That? That, Which, or Who? Titles: How Do I Capitalize? Titles: Italics or Quotes? Toward or Towards? Who or Whom? Writing Tips. Need Some?