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One Step Ahead: Punctuation by Robert Allen
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One Step Ahead: Punctuation

by Robert Allen

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0198604394, Paperback)

Perfect for you if you have problems with punctuation, this new book is packed full of sound advice that will boost your self-confidence. In two sections-one giving step-by-step advice, and the other a quick reference section-it gives common strategies for making the right choices, and uses real examples from newspapers, magazines, and literature. Highly practical and designed for adults, it makes an often forbidding subject readable. Illustrated: cartoons, boxes, 'dos' and 'don'ts', easy to follow sections Practical: how punctuation can improve your writing, how to structure a sentence, compound and complex sentences, using semicolons or colons, speech and quotations, and more Problem solving: where to place commas, punctuation in addresses, numbers, and dates, complex sentences, full stops in abbreviations Point-by-point: guidance on each punctuation mark, including brackets, dashes, slashes, question marks, apostrophes, hyphens

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:14:04 -0400)

This is a lively and accessible illustrated guide to punctuation, explaining how to deal with common difficulties. It consists of a section that deals with common strategies and choices, and also a reference section with gives point-by-point guidance on each punctuation mark. It makes an often forbidding subject readable and promotes self-confidence.… (more)

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