Excellence in Business Communication, 12th Edition
Handbook of Grammar, Mechanics, and Usage
"A friend of mine received an invitation to interview at a company.
In this Business English Pod .
"Back when journalists were somewhat more fastidious with the language than they are today, newspaper editors often kept an “index expurgatorius”: a roster of words and phrases that under no circumstances (except perhaps in a damning quote) would find their way into print," says Bryan A.
Dorie Clark (photo, left) writes, "With China’s growing economic might, is Mandarin becoming the preferred language of business?
Maggie Messitt (photo, left) has been "on the search for some great grammar and writing infographics to include within my digital classroom.
Paul Emmerson (photo, left) has developed a free online source for Business English instructors.
Managers are fighting an epidemic of grammar gaffes in the workplace, where looseness with language can create bad impressions with clients, ruin marketing materials and cause communications errors.
Plain language is the law! Here are some tips from the federal government to keep your language plain and simple.
Never before in history has a single language been as widely used as English.
The seven punctuation mistakes that make you look stupid include the following:
Being outsmarted by "smart quotes.
Erik wrote to me with a problem involving awkward writing.
Most employers and recruiters agree that the top reason that makes them reject a resume is spelling mistakes.
Find out what common words people may be mistweeting.
If you are looking for a fun and interactive way to study English grammar, you can find almost everything you need on the Internet.
Grammar Monster is an interactive and user-friendly program designed to revise (or teach) the use of punctuation and English grammar.