Woe Is I: The Grammarphobe's Guide to Better English in Plain English


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You have nothing to lose but your niggling worries if you're haunted by whiches, all tensed up, or baffled by whose and who's. O'Conner, a veteran copy editor at The New York Times Book Review, tells all about the underlying logic of our quirky language. With examples that will make you laugh out loud, O'Conner helps us brush up on our English, making each of a little more literate and a lot more at ease with the language.

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Kenneth U

Dec 29, 2011


A darn good: buy-- tool, & read! Compact & entertaining.


Sep 1, 2011

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JG Boyer

Mar 5, 2011

Grammar Made easy

Great book. I wish I had it college grammar. It should be used in high school. It is that easly understood.


May 10, 2007


This book is easy to read and a wonderful tool for learning proper grammar usage. I recommend it for all. Delightful to read!

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