By: Downing David and Williams K. Deborah
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Learn to spell good well. Is there an "e" in judgment? When do you imply rather than infer? The only resource that answers both these questions is "The McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Misspelled and Easily Confused Words". It's the only book that includes commonly misspelled words and a comprehensive usage guide in one handy volume. Featured are 7,000 of the most commonly misspelled words with their incorrect and correct spellings and a guide to demystifying homophones (cite vs. site), grammatically troublesome words (can vs. may), and subtly different words (imply vs. infer).
Paperback: 530 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill (2006-06-07)
Dimensions (H L W): 90 x 890 x 600