Summary: Unlike, say, Latin, English is a living language -- and, like all living things, it grows, it changes, it can be messy and confusing. Now the modern grammar classic Woe Is I has grown and changed too. America's beloved grammar guru Patricia T. O'Conner has revisited her indispensable survival guide to the English language, offering fresh insights into our daily struggles with which and that, who and whom, colons and semicolons, and more. Every chapter has been revise ...show mored and updated, and there's an all-new chapter for the wired writer -- if "you've got mail," you need this book! In these pages you'll find commonsense, jargon-free, even witty answers to all your questions about the basics as well as the subtleties of grammar, style, and usage. Whether you're intimidated by possessives, baffled by pronouns, or simply have no idea what a gerund is, Woe Is I can bail you out. Thanks to this book, your days as a grammarphobe are over. ...show lessEdition/Copyright: (2ND)03
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