Garner's Modern American Usage by Bryan A. Garner
Garner's Modern American Usage Bryan A. Garner ebook
ISBN: 0195161912, 9780195161915
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
My recent post on using their or they as a singular pronoun has led to several discussions about the difference between formal writing and other forms of communication. We've talked in this space before about Bryan Garner, the Dallas-based English-language lexicographer. These examples from the test require less and less than: 2. Bryan Garner, in Garner's Modern American Usage, says that predominate is a needless variant of predominant; good usage requires predominate to be used only as a verb and predominant only as an adjective. 3rd ed.), and Pat's grammar and usage book Woe Is I (3rd ed.). (The email is in bulk; email is a singular noun.) 4. Would you like to receive less email? His Garner's American Usage is a well-fingered volume in. Garner's Modern American Usage. Garner's Modern American Usage adds measurements to that list. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1965. Most usage guides recommend “pairs” in a situation like this, and that includes Garner's Modern American Usage (3rd ed.), Fowler's Modern English Usage (rev. Sharp Electronic Dictionary featuring full content from the best selling reference books: The New Oxford American Dictionary, Oxford American Thesaurus and Garner's Modern American Usage. Revised and edited by Sir Ernest Gowers.
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