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English for Careers Business, Professional and Technical

ISBN-10: 0132764601

ISBN-13: 9780132764605

Edition: 5th 1992

Authors: Leila R. Smith

List price: $53.00
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Designed for business students who need additional reinforcement in grammar, punctuation and spelling, this best-selling text/workbook features a unique pedagogy, writing style, and structure. Standard English skills, essential for career success, are acquired through clear, brief discussions followed by many reinforcing exercises, carefully placed after each new lesson. The author stimulates student motivation, lessens anxiety, and maintains interest by using a light touch and practical business orientation throughout.
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Book details

List price: $53.00
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 1992
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 480
Size: 8.27" wide x 10.83" long x 0.79" tall
Weight: 2.310
Language: English

Tools of The Trade
Nouns and Verbs
Pronouns
Adjectives
Adverbs
Little Words
Versatile Tools
Introducing The Business Letter
Secret Life Of A Sentence Revealed
Psychology and Sentence Construction
The Clinging Vine
Fragments, Anyone?
Capital Punishment
Joining Independents
Leaning
The Missing Key
Ain'tis In The Dictionary
Getting to Know You
Cracking the Code
The Translation
Misspellers Anonymous
Apples, Tigers, and Swahili
Safety in Numbers
Plurals out of Uniform
The Eccentric S
Compounds and Propers
Banishing Bias From Business English
Vocabulary and Spelling
Be Kind to The Substitute Week
Just Between You and Me
Me, Myself, and I
The Lizard's Tail
Two's Company
Three's a Crowd
A Whodunit
Everybody Needs Milk
Looking For The Action? Then Study Verbs!
Timely Tips
Delinquent Verbs
Dictionary Data
To Be, or not to Be
The Subject-Verb Combo
Subject-Verb Harmony: Step 1
Subject-Verb Harmony: Step 2
If I Were a Millionaire
Love Lines
These, Those, and Them
Two Little Words
Managing a and an
Good, Gooder, Goodest?
To -Ly or Not to -Ly, That is the Question
Comparisons and Good Feelings
I Don't Want No Spinach!
The Taming Of The Apostrophe
The Ubiquitous S
Before or After?
More Apostrophes
The Pause That Refreshes
Wine, Women, and Song
For Adjectives Only
Independents Day
Curtain Raisers
Parentheticals
Three Easy Commas
Notes on Quotes
Kiss Me Once Again, But Not Now
A Comma Medley
Punctuation Potpourri
In Conclusion
The Halfway Mark
An Easy Mark
Good Marksmanship
Plagiarism's Enemy
Half a Dash
Wild Apostrophes
A Business Dictionary
Adjuster through Capitalism
Cashier's Check through Escrow
Exemption through Litigation
Loss Leader through Programmer
Proxy Through Void
Word Power
Confusing Pears
An Apple Has a Peel
Look Alikes
More Look Alikes
The Small Words
Say It Right
Sentence Power
Secret Review
Don't Let Your Verbals Dangle in Public
Ladies with Concrete Heads and Parallel Parts
The Beeline
Dick and Jane
Sincerely Yours
Looking Good
The Parts
The Arrangement
Sounding Good
Appendix
Pop Quizzes
Spelling for Careers
Spelling Tips
Proofreaders' Marks
Final Rehearsal
Read and Replay Reference Manual
Grammar Supplement for the Expert
Replay Answers
Index