Proofreading

in #clb2 months ago

Hello Everyone, This Is Michael The Traveling Trucker. Today's avdenture is PROOFREADING your work. Yes, before you post your blog, read your work, then re-read again.

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What Do People Use to Read?

These are some of the sites out there, where they provide a service to check your grammar. Some cost and some are free.

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Proofreading means carefully checking for errors in a text before it is published or shared. It is the very last stage of the writing process when you fix minor spelling and punctuation mistakes, typos, formatting issues, and inconsistencies.

Proofreading is essential for any text that will be shared with an audience, whether it’s an academic paper, a job application, an online article, or a print flyer. Depending on your skills and budget, you can choose to proofread the text yourself or to hire a professional.

Sentence structure determines how the different parts of a sentence are put together, from its punctuation to the ordering of its words. As well as following basic word order rules, there are many other things you have to consider to write correctly and clearly structured sentences.

There are two especially common sentence construction mistakes:

  1. Run-on sentences: incorrect punctuation used to join different parts of a sentence
  2. Sentence fragments: missing necessary components to form a full grammatically correct sentence

Sentence structure is not just a matter of grammar, but also of style and flow. Strong academic writing uses a variety of sentence lengths and structures. It’s important to avoid overly long sentences that can be confusing for readers, but too many very short sentences can make your text feel choppy and disjointed.

Here are things to look for in your writing: Punctuation, Capitalization, Sentence structure, Verbs, Word choice, Articles, Prepositions, Pronouns, Conjunctions.

Commonly confused words

Some words are commonly confused or misused, including this/thatwhich/thatwho/whomaffect/effect


Last But Not Least, Check Your Work For Spelling

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This is very important, I 100% agree with you. You want to proof read everything maybe even multiple times. I have had to delete posts before because of a mistake that couldn't be shown. It doesn't take long and well worth the time to go back and double check to make sure your work is perfect.