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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).
About the Author
Deborah K. Williams and David Downing are both English instructors and the respected authors of English-language reference books.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is an excellent book to use as an easy reference guide as well as for an educational teaching tool.