Spelling errors, grammatical errors, we all make them. This Lifehack Lesson will provide you with the basic toolkit to proofread your own writing so that you can increase the quality level of your writing. Whether you are a serious writer; blogging to keep your family updated on what’s happening; or writing scientific journals, it always helps to make your writing readable.
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A few concrete examples would be writing academic papers, drafting a business memo, filling out job applications, preparing a resume, or publishing a professional Blog. In these scenarios, spelling and grammatical errors and careless typos, could negatively impact your image and sabotage your success. One way to prevent this from happening is to learn to proof and edit your own work. With this in mind, today’s lesson will teach you what you need to know to present your written work in a positive light and help you communicate accurately and effectively. Whether you’re a college student, aspiring writer, professional blogger, or “garden variety” business person who simply wants to improve in this area, you’ll find tips, tools and techniques to move you forward and enhance your editing and presentation skills.
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