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Our nutshell guides "tell you everything you need to know - and leave out everything you don't!" - and each of these user-friendly guides costs just £2.50 post-free.

      
 

GOOD ENGLISH
Author: David Arscott
ISBN: 0 9519876 3 1
Price: £2.50 post-free
Format: Paperback; 30 pages
Also available as an e-book

At last – a guide to good English that gets to the point and leaves out the waffle. The backlash against poor language teaching has produced a rash of full-blown grammar books, but this uncomplicated and amusing user’s manual, which has proved popular with universities, concentrates on the essentials. Ideal for any English speaker uneasy about handling full-stops, commas and the dreaded apostrophe, Good English highlights the most common problems and solves them with style and a smile.

 

 

 

GOOD ESSAYS
Authors: Ann Varley & David Arscott
ISBN 09533493 1 4
Price: £2.50 post free
Format: Paperback; 30 pages

Nothing threatens to cloud those first exciting university days more than sitting down to your very first tutorial assignment and realising that you’ve never been set anything quite as daunting in your life. Where on earth do you begin? With Good Essays, of course! Our cheerful little guide assumes that you have the intellectual capacity to succeed (you wouldn’t have been accepted on campus otherwise) and swiftly teaches you the tricks of the trade – from economical note-taking, through the creation of a logical structure to the actual writing of your first essay. Best of all, we’ll show you how to win marks for originality in the way you marshal an argument.