The American Way of Writing: How to Communicate Like a Native at School, at Work, and on the Road

The American Way of Writing: How to Communicate Like a Native at School, at Work, and on the Road

Explains the uniquely American cultural references that appear in American English for students and professionals to increase their written command of the language. • Clearly presents detailed knowledge of American history and culture for non-Americans, with examples of features of American writing such as short, to-the-point sentences • Provides key takeaways for students and professionals at the end of each chapter • Includes chapters on moving from other forms of English, such as Canadian or Australian, to American


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Publisher ABC-CLIO
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ISBN 144087137X
Pages 218 pages
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