"That" or "Which"? "Joe and I" or "Joe and me"? The words you use say a lot about you. Your grammar makes a lasting impression on friends, co-workers, and teachers, but learning the rules has always been boring. That's why the folks at The Princeton Review created Grammar Smart. Grammar Smart uses a witty, irreverent approach to help you write and speak with greater clarity and confidence. Instead of boring you with countless rules and confusing grammatical terms, we show you the logic behind each correct sentence. Everything in Grammar Smart is nuts-and-bolts English designed to help you express yourself more clearly. You'll learn how to choose between "that" and "which" and when to use "as" instead of "like," and you'll know for sure if this is between "you and me" or "you and I." Grammar Smart includes: * The basic parts of speech-nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc. * Pronoun-verb agreement and parallel construction * Tips on how to avoid misplaced modifiers and dangling participles * Lively, humorous examples to illustrate meanings * Brief question-and-answer reviews.Princeton Review Staff is the author of 'Grammar Smart A Guide to Perfect Usage', published 2001 under ISBN 9780375762154 and ISBN 0375762159.