Usborne Guide to Better English Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation by R. Gee
  

Synopsis

Usborne Guide to Better English Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation by R. Gee

This bright and amusing book contains advice, tricks and techniques to help children and adults remember the often-confusing rules of English grammar. With cheerful illustrations throughout, this book should encourage children to improve their English skills in a fun and lively way. It points out common mistakes and misspelt words in written English, showing how they can be avoided. Packed with quizzes, tests, games and tips, as well as Internet links, this book should be helpful for the classroom, for homework and for the office.

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Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

R. Gee
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

30th January 2004

ISBN

9780746058435


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