Kelly Benchmark - Guide to Grammar
First impressions count, and never more so than when you are presenting yourself to a prospective employer. Writing a grammatically correct résumé and an accomplished cover letter can be just what you need to set you apart from the crowd, and win an all-important interview. Far too often, excellent candidates get overlooked because their English and grammar are just not very impressive. Make sure you're not one of them.
While we don't all need to be Shakespeare, we do need to be precise, efficient, and buttoned down with written English. Not your strong point? Don't despair, the Kelly Benchmark Guide to Grammar should help you to brush up your skills and write a résumé and letter that will get you noticed-for all the right reasons. Soon you'll be meeting the Kelly Benchmark-the perfect candidate for the ideal job.
Topics covered in this guide
- Kelly Benchmark Grammar Tip 1 - How to use apostrophes
- Kelly Benchmark Grammar Tip 2 - When to use I or Me
- Kelly Benchmark Grammar Tip 3 - Passive vs. active voice
- Kelly Benchmark Grammar Tip 4 - Commonly misused words
- Kelly Benchmark Grammar Tips Answer Key