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Write it Right (2nd Edition)

The Secrets of Effective Writing

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 216
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Macmillan Study Skills

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Paperback - 9780230373846

04 September 2012

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31 July 2012

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Shows students how to make their writing effective and grammatically correct. Organised into mini units and easy to read, it deals with everyday tasks and problems. This second edition adds further guidance on common...

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Shows students how to make their writing effective and grammatically correct. Organised into mini units and easy to read, it deals with everyday tasks and problems. This second edition adds further guidance on common questions raised by students, for example 'When does one use italics and/or underlining?'

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  • Offers practical advice on how to improve writing in short, accessible 'modules' 
  • Broad ranging coverage from making applications through to completing a dissertation
  • The second edition of this popular book includes a new final section answering Twenty Questions about successful everyday and academic writing
  • Can be used for quick reference or as a course companion



About This Book
The Logic of Effective Writing
Applying for a Course, Applying for a Job
Writing Correct and Convincing Sentences
Punctuating a Sentence: Commas, Colons and Semicolons
Avoidable Errors
Tricks of the Writer's Trade
Essay Writing: Structure
Essay Writing: Paragraph Control
Make Every Essay an Effective Essay
Taking Stock
Twenty Questions
Glossary
Index.
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JOHN PECK was formerly Reader in Victorian Literature at Cardiff University, UK.
MARTIN COYLE is Professor of English at Cardiff University, UK.

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JOHN PECK was formerly Reader in Victorian Literature at Cardiff University, UK.
MARTIN COYLE is Professor of English at Cardiff University, UK.

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