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This is a compilation of common errors in English among Indian users and, as mentioned above, is a selection and adaptation of the column which the author had serialised in Career Deepika. The entries are done according to alphabetical order, with the main word of common error given in bold. The entries highlight the right sentence and the corresponding wrong use. Brief grammatical explanations are also given alongside to educate the reader on why one is right and the other is wrong. Sometimes, more examples are provided. Grammatical classes are marked out in groups, for instance, prepositions, articles, adverbs and so on. Since the arrangement is alphabetical, the book would be more useful as a ready reckoner than a book for reading from end to end. Explanations are kept to the minimum and so need not tire the reader who just would like to know what is right and what is wrong. Therefore the book can be considered an useful addition to any learner’s ready reference.