Letter Writing and Written Communications
With reference to my previous tip of adding "The
Groucho Letters" to your collection of guidance books for letter
writing, Eva has no objection. But she objects vehemently to my statement
of shifting your grammar book to the bottom shelf.
Here's what she has to say ...
The way you speak and write says so much about you. We all know this. And trying to laugh off your grammatic faux pas
only goes so far. People actually trust you more if you speak properly, without too much jargon or slang. You don't always
have to 'get down' to their level. Frankly, people will want to
aspire to rise to your level. Using good grammar in business communications does not have to
be cumbersome, stilted and awkward. And this book is one of the most fun ways to learn to speak properly.
The Deluxe Transitive Vampire :
The Ultimate Handbook of Grammar for the Innocent,
the Eager, and the
by Karen Elizabeth Gordon
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