Alexander Ihenetu Corrects Common Mistakes in Past Participle Use

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Book addresses the changing trends of the English language by illustrating examples.

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The English language is the third most used language in the world and one of the six official languages in the United Nations, according to Wikipedia.com. It is a powerful tool that bridges the communication gaps in between countries of multi-cultural backgrounds. Nonetheless, the upsurge of advanced social media technology such as Twitter, Facebook and the short-cut use of words and symbols in text messaging, as well as the popularity of rap songs and slang terminologies, have indeed influenced the dwindling quality of the English language. To address this issue, author Alexander Ihenetu has created Past Participle, a book that stirs awareness and knowledge about the correct use of English. His compelling works relates the relevance of the language and how it affects education, professions and the future generations in this ever-growing society.

In this informative and groundbreaking work, the author greatly reinforces the accurate use of the past participle form of the verb through examples, as well as their corresponding explanations and corrections. In this eye-opening book, readers will come across various, widely-used expressions and statements that contradict rules in grammar; structure, tense aspect, preposition and subject-and-verb agreement. Also, this compilation reveals how people commonly mistake expressions due to mix-ups with colloquial terms and informal usage. Hence, it opens an opportunity for individuals to appreciate the beauty of the language in its most accurate form.

This educational book is a boon to every student, immigrant and professional who would like to enhance his skill and command in the English language, as well as improve his manner of communication. Overall, Past Participle is a useful tool for everybody who intends to practice both his written and oral English communication skills in a simple, yet easy-to-understand way.

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Past Participle * by Alexander Ihenetu
(not another name for pasta)
Publication Date: June 22, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 115 pages; 978-1-4771-0807-9
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 115 pages; 978-1-4771-0808-6
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-0809-3

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