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Would you like to be more confident about language, grammar, punctuation and spelling? Do you want to write better emails, letters, leaflets and reports to improve sales, customer satisfaction and internal communications? Writing at Work will boost your writing confidence and get you and your business communicating more successfully. Presented in bite-sized chunks with pra Would you like to be more confident about language, grammar, punctuation and spelling? Do you want to write better emails, letters, leaflets and reports to improve sales, customer satisfaction and internal communications? Writing at Work will boost your writing confidence and get you and your business communicating more successfully. Presented in bite-sized chunks with practical examples, Writing at Work is an A to Z of everything you need to know to polish up your writing skills. There's also a useful List of Everyday Words that will help you banish gobbledegook forever. Plus you'll learn how to: Find the right tone of voice for your audience. Get rid of tautologies, jargon and meaningless phrases. Tackle the important task of proof reading. Make your documents more accessible. Writing at Work will become the reference handbook you reach for whenever you need help with your writing.


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Would you like to be more confident about language, grammar, punctuation and spelling? Do you want to write better emails, letters, leaflets and reports to improve sales, customer satisfaction and internal communications? Writing at Work will boost your writing confidence and get you and your business communicating more successfully. Presented in bite-sized chunks with pra Would you like to be more confident about language, grammar, punctuation and spelling? Do you want to write better emails, letters, leaflets and reports to improve sales, customer satisfaction and internal communications? Writing at Work will boost your writing confidence and get you and your business communicating more successfully. Presented in bite-sized chunks with practical examples, Writing at Work is an A to Z of everything you need to know to polish up your writing skills. There's also a useful List of Everyday Words that will help you banish gobbledegook forever. Plus you'll learn how to: Find the right tone of voice for your audience. Get rid of tautologies, jargon and meaningless phrases. Tackle the important task of proof reading. Make your documents more accessible. Writing at Work will become the reference handbook you reach for whenever you need help with your writing.

46 review for Writing at Work: A Quick and Easy Guide to Grammar and Effective Business Writing

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nell

    This book is a real keeper! In fact, I'll be keeping it by my desk at work and I'm sure I'll refer to it often whenever I need to check some point of grammar or writing style. What I love most about the book is that it isn't a huge academic tome. Instead it's easy to read and understand. There were a couple of occasions when I was a bit unsure of a couple of things, but the plentiful examples soon clarify any difficult points and show you have to apply what you've learned into your everyday writi This book is a real keeper! In fact, I'll be keeping it by my desk at work and I'm sure I'll refer to it often whenever I need to check some point of grammar or writing style. What I love most about the book is that it isn't a huge academic tome. Instead it's easy to read and understand. There were a couple of occasions when I was a bit unsure of a couple of things, but the plentiful examples soon clarify any difficult points and show you have to apply what you've learned into your everyday writing. This is great for anyone who struggles with questions like whether to use 'who' or 'whom', or is unsure of the difference between words such as 'affect' and 'effect'. There's advice on puncutatuion and grammar, finding the right tone of voice for your audience, and writing in straightforward language. I particularly liked the list of everyday alternative words at the back of the book, which I will refer to when I find myself needing to turn a difficult word into plain English. Great for anyone at work, or students, or anyone who writes anything really!

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