Hi, I’m Clare, owner of english-at-home.com.
Grammatical mistakes in writing cause problems.
The first is that your reader might not understand you. That means your requests, enquiries, suggestions, complaints, or point-of-view might be ignored.
Too many mistakes also make you look bad by giving your reader the impression that you don’t care about detail, that you don’t bother checking your work, or even that you’re uneducated.
Fortunately, most grammar mistakes are quick and easy to fix, when you know what the rules are.
In my new book, English Grammar for Busy People, I show you the typical grammatical mistakes – and then give you a clear explanation with examples to help you solve the problem.
The book is a concise but comprehensive guide to every aspect of grammar including:
- Adjectives and adverbs
- Modal verbs
- The passive
- Prepositions overview
- Prepositions of time
- Verbs and prepositions
- Adjectives and prepositions
- Nouns and prepositions
- Relative clauses
- Tense overview – aspect
- Present simple and continuous
- Past simple and continuous
- Present perfect simple and continuous
- Past perfect simple and continuous
- Future forms
- Reported speech
- Verb patterns – overview
- Verb patterns – gerunds
- Verb patterns – infinitives
- Verbs followed by gerunds and infinitives
- Word order
You can either study all the grammatical areas covered in sequence, or just focus on those areas that you know are causing you most problems.
Either way, you can start making a difference to your writing today!
You can also buy the book directly from Amazon in the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan, Mexico, Canada and Brazil.
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