Grammar and punctuation guide
Our teach-yourself guide will help you get to grips with all the important aspects of English grammar and punctuation.
Even people who spend most of their working day writing to colleagues, customers and prospective customers may be unsure about their own grasp of grammar and punctuation. They might not have had an English grammar lesson in their lives. As a result they may feel nervous when they write, or confused when their writing is corrected or rejected for reasons they don't fully understand.
Our 33-page, A4 guide looks at nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs, and answers questions such as 'is it ok to start a sentence with 'And' or 'But'?' and 'what is a split infinitive?'. If you'd like to see the full contents of the guide please click the icon over on the right.
It also guides you through the main punctuation marks and their uses. There are lots of exercises along the way to help build your confidence and test your new-found knowledge.
At the Word Centre we see hundreds of business documents every year, either when we edit them or when people bring them along to our courses to get our feedback. We see the same mistakes over and over again. So the guide concentrates on the grammatical and punctuation issues that we feel writers most need to know about.
How to buy
You can download the guide for only £9.97. You'll get a user name and password that allow you to download the pdf during the next two days. Then the pdf is yours to use for as long as you like. (Our refunds policy.)
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