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27 Writing Mistakes That Could Be Costing YOU Money
- And How To Avoid Them
Do you ever wonder whether what you’re writing is good English? Do you feel that it’s holding you back at work or that your friends laugh at you for how you speak?
If you’re unsure whether you should be using an apostrophe or not, or whether it’s correct to say ”you and I” or “you and me” (both – but it depends when!), or “who” instead of “whom”, this really handy little booklet will give you the answers. It covers the basics of English grammar, both written and spoken, in a readable and fun way.
They used to say “If you want to get ahead, get a hat”. Now it’s “If you want to get ahead, get an education”. So ”If you want a very quick education in how to make the English language work for you, get this book”.
This is critical stuff; getting it wrong nearly cost a Cabinet Minister his job. If a friend told me about this booklet I’d be thinking “I must grab a copy of that!”
It’s usually on sale at £5, but it won’t cost you a bean – nothing – nada – zilch - it’s free, too. But it could mean an extra few thousand on your salary if you put these tips into action. Order one today!
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