It's where you find all the answers to questions about grammar, punctuation and those tricky spellings the spell checker can't help with like principal and principle.
Grammar to Go is there when you need it. It provides reassurance at the eleventh hour when your report is due to your customer. It can make the critical difference to your CV or presentation when you can't think where that apostrophe should go.
And it is a self-study guide. By working your way through Grammar to Go systematically you will become the office grammar expert.
It's the only place to go when you need to know the answer quickly. Commas, colons, capital letters... it's all there at your fingertips.
To use Grammar to Go, all you need is access to the web - no need to load yourself down with dictionaries or reference books.
Grammar to Go is a dynamic tool. If we come across questions where the questioner was not able to find the answer on the site, we will add it in. In this way we use your vital feedback to help you better next time.
Business language will continue to change; the line between what is and is not acceptable in formal business documents will move ahead; and software programmes will find new ways to confuse people! Grammar to Go will keep ahead of the game.
We know a lot of senior managers, partners and directors in various kinds of businesses and professional firms. One of their frustrations is the time they spend correcting the English in reports when they had hoped just to be able to comment on the content. Here's a comment from just one of them:
"I received a report to review this week, expecting it to take me half an hour. It took me nearly two hours just to correct the grammar and straighten out sentence structures!"
With Grammar to Go by your side, you can sort out the English before you submit your report and get noticed for the right reasons. Don't underestimate the value of getting it right - poor grammar inhibits personal development and slows down promotion.