...I also highly recommend Strunk and White's "The Elements of Style" (4th Edition) and a good writer's handbook. I use the "Random House Handbook" (6th Edition) by Frederick Crews. However, I often recommend Hacker's "A Writer's Reference" because it is slightly easier to use, and is often found in many college writing programs (and bookstores). Learning grammar is a three step process.
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...He began putting his poems to music and this led to his migration to California to seek recognition as a songwriter. He played with several music acts in the Bay Area in the 1970s/1980s and composed scores for the theater. Following the muse of poetry and fiction writing, he went to San Francisco State University and earned Creative Writing (English) degrees (B.A.
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...I took many classes on European history to earn my degree including, Russian history, the Renaissance, the Middle Ages, 20th century Europe, and the study of French film and art history while studying abroad in Paris. I also earned a 5 on the A.P. European History test in high school.
San Jose, CAView Tutor
...Through techniques passed on to me from Alum of my school, I learned how to pass the CPA exam, and indeed I did pass the CPA exam. I passed AUD, FAR, REG, and BEC on the first try? In fact, I scored mid-eighties on all sections, and considering only 30%-40% of people score above 75, I think I did OK. I currently enjoy passing-on my knowledge to my students.
Santa Clara, CAView Tutor
...I graduated with a double major in Math and Computer Science, and have tutored many PreCalculus students starting at my time as a student in College, always achieving a notable improvement in my students' grades and comprehension. I am a native Spaniard with a perfect command of both the Spanish and English languages. I speak proper (European) Spanish, and I have been bilingual since age 4.
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