Writing: A College Handbook - Academic English for Nonnative Speakers (Ch. 28)
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[FROM THE TEXT]
This chapter discusses some features of American English that often cause trouble for students of English as a second language. Though it includes explanations of key grammatical points, it should be supplemented with a good English–English dictionary and a grammar-reference guide, such as Jocelyn M. Steer and Karen A. Carlisi’s “Advanced Grammar Book,” 2nd ed. (Boston: Heinle & Heinle, 1997), or Betty Schrampfer-Azar’s “Understanding and Using English Grammar,” 3rd ed. (Paramus, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1998). The “Newbury House Dictionary of American English,” 3rd ed. (Boston: Heinle & Heinle, 2000), speaks to ESL students and comes with a CD-ROM demonstrating pronunciation and usage.
[ABOUT THE BOOK]
Through four successful editions, Writing: A College Handbook’s positive approach has not only empowered students to write effectively, it has challenged students to consider why good writing matters. The Fifth Edition builds on this emphasis, exemplifying in clear, engaging prose the skills that students need to communicate in a wide variety of rhetorical contexts. A reliable and easy-to-use reference tool and an up-to-date rhetoric and research guide, Writing: A College Handbook invites students to discover the power of effective writing.