Word Power Made Easy + Dictionary of Confusible Words (Set of 2 books)
Publisher: Goyal Publishers
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Word Power Made Easy & EXPANDED OVER 700 PAGES
Do You Always Use the Right Words? Can you Pronounce it- and Spell it- Correctly? Do You Know How to Avoid to Avoid illiterate Expression? Do You Speak Grammatically, Without Embarrassing Mistakes? if the answer to any of these questions is No, you need WORD POWER MADE EASY. Now thoroughly revised to eliminate outmoded references and to reflect current idioms, it remains the best and quickest means to better vocabulary in the English Language. CORRECT SPELLING MADE EASY You can't always have a computer program or a dictionary handy to check your spelling. And now you don't have to. You can be sure your spelling is letter-perfect. in just a few minutes a day, this test, the proven method will make you a master of flawless spelling. Norman Lewis, author, and educator gives you his simple, absolutely effective step-by-step method and shows you how to conquer even the most commonly misspelled Words. in this clear, handy reference - perfect for use at home, in school, or in the office - you'll discover.
Dictionary of Confusible Words
Is your new velvet dressing gown 'luxurious or 'luxuriant'? Can you be 'domineering' or merely 'dominating? Over 1000 confusing Words are contained in this useful book. Genuinely troublesome Words which people really do get into a muddle over, e.g. constraint/restraint, consist/comprise/constitute/compose, guarantee/warranty, pose/propose/propound.For every Word in the book an illustrative sentence is given showing the correct use of the Word. This reader-friendly feature is unique to the book. Historic / Historical 'The two heads of state signed a historic agreement.''King Arthur is generally believed to be a historical figure, though some regard him as legendary.'The compilation is a brand new one from a very experienced author. The examples used are from books, quotes, public statements, showing how the Word is used in history and current events.