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Grammar for Dummies: 1,001 Practice Problems by Geraldine Woods

Do you want to know the irony of being a writer? Terrible grammar. That’s right. We have terrible grammar. And when it comes down to me, I have abysmal grammar. I move so fast that I tend to forget my English lessons from grade school. But, that’s okay because that’s what editors are for, right? Right…but not really. What happens when what you are writing for can’t get to an editor in time? That’s why I got this book.

Grammar for Dummies: 1,001 Practice Problems functions as a workbook that helps improves the grammatical knowledge of the individual. Not only does it give out exercises for each topic but it also reminds the reader of grammatical traps to avoid. Of course, it gives the answers at the end but that’s not important.

I got this book because a friend who I’m working on a gaming project with acknowledging my superb storytelling and writing talents. But he respectfully pointed out that my grammar needs some serious work and I will not always have an editor to save me. Those words I took to heart and began work on the problems in that book.

Just one note to make. The book isn’t going to as useful as you may like it to be without English Grammar for Dummies or some sort of grammar book. That way you will have, yet, another reference point to…well…refer to.

All and all, this book is godsent for writers.

Grade: B

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