When: Sat., May 10, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. 2014
There’s no shame in being uncertain of your grasp of grammar. Language evolves, and even the most experienced writer or editor can often use a reminder of the basics, and those starting out on the path to getting published are especially in need of insights into the essential elements of good grammar. This class will provide just such reminders, with an overview and exercises to do at home in the first session and a review of the exercises in the second one. Presenter Ruth E. Thaler-Carter is known for her good grammar and defense of correct usage. She will provide a wide range of resources to support her presentation.