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Getting it right / Sadler & Hayllar
Bib ID 2770739
Format BookBook
Author
Sadler, R. K. (Rex Kevin)
 
Description South Melbourne : Macmillan Education Australia, 1993 
viii, 191 p. ill., ports. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0732920744 (paperback)
Notes

For secondary school students.

Subjects English language -- Rhetoric -- Juvenile literature.  |  English language -- Composition and exercises -- Juvenile literature.
Other authors/contributors Hayllar, T. A. S. (Thomas Albert S.)

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