The Big Ten of Grammar by William B. Bradshaw, PhD

Synopsis:
Subtitled “Identifying and Fixing the Ten Most Frequent Grammatical Errors.”

Review:
Is it just me, or is grammar trendy these days? The Big Ten of Grammar doesn’t have a sexy title but it does aim to up grammar’s profile by educating readers on the most common mistakes people make. You’ve got I/me, that vs. which, commas/semicolons, and the rest of the usual suspect’s (LOL). Plus there is a bonus appendix that offers even more grammar tutelage. I think that this is a great book for the casual writer, because it makes the rules really clear and easy to remember, even though it’s not as flashy as some other recent books.

Many thanks to Synergy Books for the review copy.

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