editproof - 2. verbss subject and verb agree tense is...

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EDITING AND PROOFREADING Editing - an ongoing process 1. structure, check to see if you have introduction thesis statement support paragraphs - each starting with a topic sentence appropriate and sufficient examples Use what pertains to the question transitional words conclusion 2. sentences variety of types parallel structure correct form 3. vocabulary effective word correct word Proofreading - the final step 1. sentences - no fragments, run-ons, comma splices
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Unformatted text preview: 2. verbss subject and verb agree tense is consistent irregular verbs used correctly 3. spelling Look ofr homophones check use of capitals if dictionary allowed, use it 4. punctuation commas apostrophe marks quotation marks 5. Typographical errors/handwriting irregularities Return to Test Taking Workshop Maintained by Dr. Jay Howard , Professor, Learning Lab Last updated:Jan 2005...
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