Have you ever agonized over grammar while writing a CV or job application? Has uncertainty about an unfamiliar term got in the way of finishing an essay or business report? Are you ever unsure of the crucial difference between a naturist and a naturalist? Words: A User's Guide is an accessible and invaluable reference that is ideal for students, business people and advanced learners of English. The book is structured in groups of words that may be confused because they sound alike, look alike or seem to have similar meanings, and this approach makes it much more intuitive an.As the price of something is its cost expressed as a number, careful writers avoid using cheap to describe the price, as cheap is a comparative expression. Objects , such as vegetables, hats and cars may be cheap, but their price should beanbsp;...
|Title||:||Words: A User's Guide|
|Author||:||Graham Pointon, Stewart Clark|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-06-03|