What is the difference between that and which? Who and whom? Lie and lay? I and me? Should I capitalise the first word after a colon? Where do I put the apostrophe and comma?
Designed for general readers, as well as professional writers and editors, this dictionary has the answers to these questions and many more. With more than 1,000 major entries and subentries, as well as some 2,000 real-life examples of questionable usage, Lovinger highlights the English-language pitfalls into which writers most commonly stumble.
This authoritative and highly readable guide provides exceptionally clear answers to the most complicated questions about the English language and will be welcomed by anyone who cares about the way words are used.