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The Best Grammar Workbook Ever!
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|April 1, 2015

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The Best Grammar Workbook Ever! is a comprehensive instructional guide for ages 10-110. It covers grammar basics, common grammar problems, punctuation, capitalization, and word usage. In addition to a Pretest and Final Test, there are more than 100 practice…
The Best Little Grammar Book Ever! 101 Ways To Impress With Your Writing And Speaking

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Arlene Miller uses her extensive experience and exuberant manner to assemble a surprisingly entertaining approach to our challenging language. I can't think of a neater, nor more useful, tool on your shortlist of references.--K. Patrick McDonald, author,…
The Best Little Grammar Book Ever! Speak and Write with Confidence / Avoid Common Mistakes, Second…

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This is a new edition of this bestselling book. "The Best Little Grammar Book Ever" was originally published in 2010. Since then it has sold thousands of copies and received great reviews from its users, which include schools, colleges, and professional writers.…
To Comma or Not to Comma: The Best Little Punctuation Book Ever!

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Why do commas have so many rules? Does the period go before or after the quotation mark? How do I use an ellipsis? When is it appropriate to use a dash? What is an "en" dash anyway? Is a semicolon much different from a colon? Would it be better to use parentheses…
The Best Little Grammar Collection Ever!
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|December 21, 2017

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T he Best Little Grammar Collection Ever combines three of The Grammar Diva's books to create a complete grammar handbook: 1) The Best Little Grammar Book Ever is used by many schools and colleges. It is an easy-to-use grammar and punctuation guide that includes…
Does Your Flamingo Flamenco? The Best Little Dictionary of Confusing Words and Malapropisms

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The Best Little Grammar Workbook Ever!: Use Alone or with Its Companion Book, The Best Little…

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Fifty Shades of Grammar: Scintillating and Saucy Sentences, Syntax, and Semantics from The Grammar…

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Fifty Shades of Grammar presents the very best blog posts from The Grammar Diva-grammar posts, punctuation posts, holiday posts, quizzes, posts about words, and more-entertaining, educational, and witty. From aliens to zemmiphobia, from apostrophes to semicolons,…
Correct Me If I'm Wrong: Getting Your Grammar, Punctuation, And Word Usage Right!

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O[Miller's] "Correct Me If I'm Wrong" puts English into plain English, which is no small feat! The book is terrific.ONScott James, "New York Times" columnist.
Civilizing Climate: Social Responses to Climate Change in the Ancient Near East
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|February 23, 2007

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In this fascinating in-depth study, Arlene Rosen highlights the unique and varied ways that different societies respond to their changing environments, going against the commonly held notion of simple climatic determinism. Social responses to climate change are…
The Best Little Grammar Workbook Ever! Use Alone or with Its Companion Book, The Best Little…

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The Best Little Grammar Workbook Ever! will give you everything you need to make your speaking and writing clear and effective. It is the eighth grammar book written by Arlene Miller, The Grammar Diva. The Best Grammar Workbook Ever! (no "little") has been a…
To Comma or Not to Comma
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|August 14, 2018

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Why do commas have so many rules? Does the period go before or after the quotation mark? How do I use an ellipsis? When is it appropriate to use a dash? What is an "en" dash anyway? Is a semicolon much different from a colon? Would it be better to use…
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