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August 28, 2008


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Writer Dad

I would add:

Paying attention to spell check. Learn as you go. Spend a few seconds to understand your mistake and you're less likely to make it again.


Writer Dad — Good ones!


It took me two days to get the courage to come back and read the links on grammar. I was frightened that I would be all too familiar with the mistakes. Now I feel better seeing that I knew more than I thought, though I must say I still have a lot to learn. Thanks for giving me something to study, it's interesting.


Lily — Good for you for looking! Knowledge is power, and Editor Gilbert has explained these grammar mistakes in clear, digestible ways.

I find studying grammar interesting, too.

Bob - overcome writer's block

Thanks for the friendly advice, good grammar is a lost art these days. I find that I have to triple check everything.


Bob — Triple checking is a good start, especially in this Internet age when everything is published so quickly. Thanks for your first comment here!

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