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English can be a language full of spellings that look right but are dead wrong. Toss in those infuriating sound-alikes (they're/their/there, its/it's, except/accept), which computer spell checkers usually don't catch, and it's no wonder that 99 per cent of us are often embarrassed and undermined by unwitting typos. If you have ever searched for a world in a dictionary and have not been able to find it or if you are at a loss about a word, good news: you've just picked up the book that promises to be the single most invaluable resource on your desk. "1001 Commonly Misspelled Words" is organized phonetically, enabling readers to look up words without having to know how to spell them (look up, for example, illusive, and find the correct spelling: elusive) also packed with excellent memory shortcuts ("there's a rat in separate"), "1001 Commonly Misspelled Words" is a wonderfully painless solution to spelling maladies. Because when it comes down to it, the art of correct spelling is a crucial ingredient for getting ahead in today's knowledgable - er, knowledgeable - world.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780071357364
ISBN-10: 007135736X
Format: Paperback
(226mm x 149mm x 19mm)
Pages: 304
Imprint: McGraw-Hill Professional
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Publish Date: 1-Jun-2000
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Robert Magnan

Robert Magnan earned his BA in English, has taught for over twelve years, and worked as a writer, editor and proofreader for nearly ten. He has written two books and edited more than 50. May Lou Santovec earned her degreee in education before proceeding to a career as an editor. Past editing assignments include three higher education newsletters, and she currently works as the editor of Building Diversity and Making More Changes: Editor's Choice. She has written for regional publications on a variety of topics, and co-authored 2500 Businesss Forms and Letters Software.