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WHAT NOT TO WRITE: THE GUIDE TO THE DOS AND DON'TS OF GOOD ENGLISH

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Synopsis: WHAT NOT TO WRITE: THE GUIDE TO THE DOS AND DON'TS OF GOOD ENGLISH

What not to Write deals with all those awkward issues - acronyms, ambiguity, American-English, bureaucratese, business English, captions, cliches, grammar, hyphens, jargon, punctuation, quotations, sexist writing, spelling, writing letters and much, much more. This handy reference book will be a vital tool for anyone working with the written word, particularly those who write client/company reports, theses, professional papers - students and professionals alike will benefit from having a copy to hand.

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ISBN 9789810761394
Weight 0.24
Publisher TALISMAN
Book Size (cm.) 11.8x18.2x1.3
Dimension Width(กว้าง)(CM) 4.6457
Dimension Length(ยาว)(CM) 0.5118
Dimension High(สูง/หนา)(CM) 7.1654
Language English
Number of Pages 136

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What not to Write deals with all those awkward issues - acronyms, ambiguity, American-English, bureaucratese, business English, captions, cliches, grammar, hyphens, jargon, punctuation, quotations, sexist writing, spelling, writing letters and much, much more. 

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SAYCE, KAY

about author

Kay Sayce has more than 30 years' experience in book publishing, starting with the publication of her first book in 1978. A year later, after a stint as a publisher's reader, she joined Faber & Faber, London, as an editor. In 1982 she became senior education editor with Macmillans Zimbabwe, and was subsequently production editor of Encyclopaedia Australia (Collins Australia) and general editor of Birds of Southern Africa (Readers' Digest). In 1985 she founded Quest Publishing Ltd to commission and publish titles in fiction, education and politics, including a major co-publication with John Murray Publishers, London. In 1988, working from the UK, she became a publishing consultant for international aid agencies affiliated to the EU, World Bank and United Nations; the work included co-publishing with John Wiley Publishers. As a sideline in 2005 she launched a series of small-format business books, selling the rights to the leading title to a Far East publisher in 2008. She joined the Firsty Group in 2010. Kay also works under her married name, Kay Powell

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