Good Grief, Good Grammar: The Business Person's Guide To Grammar And Usage by Dianna BooherGood Grief, Good Grammar: The Business Person's Guide To Grammar And Usage by Dianna Booher

Good Grief, Good Grammar: The Business Person's Guide To Grammar And Usage

byDianna Booher

Mass Market Paperback | May 29, 1989

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From the typing pool to top management, good grammar makes good business sense. A clear, concise writing style is the key to making your ideas stand out and keeping your career on track.

Dianna Booher, president of the Houston-based Booher Writing Consultants, offers an innovative, entertaining, step-by-step approach that makes the principles of grammar pleasant to learn and easy to remember. Whether you need to brush up on the basics or fine-tune your style, the answers are at your fingertips in Good Grief, Good Grammar. It's a comprehensive guide to:
-- Correct word usage
-- Sentence structure
-- Phrases and clauses
-- Voice, verb tense, and mood
-- Punctuation, spelling, and capitalization
-- Common errors such as split infinitives and dangling participles, and how to avoid them.

Plus a series of fun-to-take tests to gauge your language skills and your progress.
Dianna Booher is a business-communication strategist, speaker, and an author of numerous books. She’s the recipient of an American Library Association’s Best Nonfiction of the Year Award, a member of the Speaker Hall of Fame, and one of Successful Meeting magazine’s Top 21 Speakers for the 21st Century. Her consulting firm, Booher Rese...
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Title:Good Grief, Good Grammar: The Business Person's Guide To Grammar And UsageFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 6.88 × 4.21 × 0.69 inPublished:May 29, 1989Publisher:Random House Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0449216810

ISBN - 13:9780449216811

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From simple nouns to complex sentences, good grammar is essential in the business world. This unusual guide features something many grammar books don't--humor. Whimsical therapy sessions at the end of each chapter make sharpening skills painless

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"An entertaining grammar reference filled with witty examples." -- BOOKLIST