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10. b. Other On-line Resources to Help You with
Grammar and Writing Style Problems
and Style Notes. Excellent introduction. Entries are
alphabetical rather than topical. I suggest browsing through all
of them. Author Jack Lynch teaches English at the University of
to Grammar and Good Writing. Written for author Charles
Darling's English courses at Capital Community-Technical
College, Hartford, Connecticut. Especially good is the section,
"Plague Words and Phrases."
A Humorous Look at Writing Style
Rite Reel Gud. Wait until you've mastered the principles
of good writing before seeing them applied here. (The author of
this list is unknown. It appears here courtesy of Patrick
Goines, a colleague in the History Program at Austin Community
Links to More Web Sites on Grammar, Writing Style, Etc.
Writing Resources On Line. Topics covered: Grammar, Style
and Usage, Plain Language, Words, Reference Sources, On-line
Writing Experts, Word Play, and Bookshelf.
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