This is ebook version of “Writing Skills Success In 20 Minutes a Day” book. This book will help you acquire the mysterious and coveted power of the pen in 20 easy steps. This book covers the basics of writing: punctuation, usage, diction, and organization. You’ll find no fluff in this book; it’s for busy people who want to learn as much as they can as efficiently as possible. Each lesson contains enough illustrations for you to get the idea, opportunities to practice the skills, and suggestions for using them in your daily life.
Many people fear a blank sheet of paper or an empty computer screen. “I just don’t know what to write. Even when I know what I want to say, I’m afraid it will come out looking wrong or sounding stupid.”
But that’s one of the things to love about writing. Writing is a process. The first time you write a draft, it doesn’t matter if your writing comes out wrong or sounds stupid to you because you can change it as often as you want. You can go over until you’re completely satisfied, or until you need to shift gears. You can show your draft to your friends or family and get a response before you ever make it public.
Before you start your study of grammar and writing skills, you may want to get an idea of how much you already know and how much you need to learn. If that’s the case, take the pretest that follows.
The pretest is 50 multiple-choice questions covering all the lessons in this book. Naturally, 50 questions can’t cover every single concept or rule you will learn by working through this book. So even if you get all of the questions on the pretest right, it’s almost guaranteed that you will find a few ideas or rules in this book that you didn’t already know. On the other hand, if you get a lot of the answers wrong on this pretest, don’t despair. This book will show you how to get better at grammar and writing, step by step.
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