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The Best Proofreading Tips Article
Reference this article which was originally posted on September 10, 2019
Hello writers, what are your proofreading tips? Let me tell you now, I’m writing this article to remind myself of the steps to take for more of my articles. You see, these steps take more time than a quick read through. Something I have a tendency to do a lot on my journal category articles. You may be shaking your head, “I know.”
Why Proofreading is Necessary
Proofreading is normally done after you are satisfied with your draft article or story. You are looking to edit misspellings, grammar, and punctuation errors. Does this sound like a simple process? Maybe. But is it that simple to carry out? It does not always feel like it, and this is one reason why we have professional editors so as some say after one or two proofreading edits on their own, “I no longer want to deal with the headache.” Or, “ I’m glad my part is over and done.”
Here is the good word though. The headache that sometimes come when you are proofreading a novel; does not when you are writing a short (200 – 900 words) to long form blog post between 1,000 to 4,000 words. Then you most likely will be able to complete the proofing process without a headache. Proofreading is important because it matches your thoughts with the words on paper (screen), so there will be no confusion. You don’t like the way something reads or sounds, then tweak it once, or tweak it twice, and there you will have your authentic thought exactly the way you wish it to be.
Best Proofreading Tips
A) Take a break from the article. Have a meal. Maybe you only need fifteen minutes to an hour away. It helps having a day away from the article project; therefore it gives your brain time to rejuvenate overnight. I realize most may not need or desire to wait that long. It is good to know all the same.
B) After your break, make sure to place your pencil (computer cursor) on each word methodically read at a slower pace than what you have typed. You will see most mistakes right away by doing this. Spellings and punctuation will become evident.
C) Speaking of punctuation, I’ve found proofreading your sentences backwards helps to find typos and missing punctuations as well. Be aware this can bring a strain for some, but I want you to know it is one of your options just the same.
D) Check your headings and subheadings. Did you place them in bold types and special fonts? Make sure the headings are all uniformed in the style you picked. H2 through H5 and so on.
E) Read your masterpiece out loud.
F) Take a break ( coffee or tea, smile) and repeat the steps on your return.
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Will You Become a Bright Flare In The Sphere?
This is the continuation in celebrating your completion of the 12-year assignment, unless you are graduating a little earlier or later; whatever may be the case, family and friends are happy for you!
What will you do with all this brain knowledge? As you will recall from part 1 of this article, I stated the following for us explore here in Part 2:
“We explore your mind, heart, and spirit; the effect of your education…”
What I am asking you to do while in a relaxed, hopefully in vacation mode, frame of mind is to read the following poetic language and see if you are moved to share it with other graduates.
You may find the right motivation, or affirmation, to spur yourselves on to excellence in perspective careers.
Notes From The Keynotes
In graduation speeches around the world who would you say is thanked the most for this completed milestone?
Mom, and then dad. And if your brothers and sister are not getting on your cough, cough nerves that day, YOU may even express your gratitude for them helping you in homework, chores, sports training, etc.
Many of the faculty, staff, and teachers are also mentioned in YOUR gratitude for treating you like extended family in their understanding and patience with homework and life challenges.
These poetic statements below gives extra insight into what you truly have and appreciate!
Poetry The Sunflowers Will Blossom (A)
For 4 years of your life on this grounded earth, you have been seeds
By entering through these classroom doors sprinkles of knowledge on your mind will teach more than how to activate mathematic concepts and to read.
At your age we will learn about the animals…
Lions, tigers, and bears; but as you teacher I have an important responsibility to tell you about flowers too.
Sunflowers are my favorite; they are so applicable to you.
Don’t mind the word applicable, again, you will also learn that meaning too.
Your petals will be everything you recite in this poem
The color yellow in all its forms.
The budding sunflowers are happy and wise
They get all their energy from the sun up, up in the sky.
Are you looking forward to this school’s year adventure around a 170 days?
Don’t you worry at all for they will consist of work, rest, and play.
In your balance of everything you are about learn and do…
Your personality will blossom like the sunflower…
May all your dreams come true! – By James and The Sage PoeArtistry
B) Cindy Lou ’s Captivating Poetry
This post about Cindy Lou’s poetry was originally published
Author’s Poetry Corner
Cindy Lou ’s Captivating Poetry
As you have come to appreciate, this website is about the “Product of Culture books,” aka Pocbooks; which at times feature ‘The Arts.’ In particular, talented ones who showcase their writings and exceptional music. In this line of thought, I would be amiss if I did not mention the poetry of Cindy L. I took the time to visit her website. Then proceeded to read not one, not two, but seven poems! Yes, the poems are that captivating. It has been a pleasure getting acquainted with her original poetry. Hey, if you enjoy poems and poetry, why don’t you check out the website link and peruse her poems. Would you like a suggestion? Be sure to read “Together.” https://cindylou601.wordpress.com/2012/02/03/together/
C) Know Your Rights Sometimes it is a nice reminder to look at what the individual is trying to accomplish in life. This helps in holding an individual accountable as a leader of people as well. Do you know your rights? Do you respect the rights of others? -By James and The Sage PoeArtistry
“Know Your Rights” By A. Jolie