Writers looking for key resources with which to improve their understanding of the English language, including UK English grammar, may like to take a look at a short guide I published on the Find a Proofreader directory website.
Here's an introductory excerpt ...
Whether you’re writing a novel, a thesis, a business report, a résumé, or a covering letter for a job application, having a good command of English is a must if you want to make a positive first impression.
Errors that most often leap out include:
In addition to using an experienced copy-editor or proofreader, you might consider the following resources to help you deal with these problems. Some are free; others will necessitate a small financial outlay. For brevity, I’ve chosen to prioritize my personal favourites ... read more
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