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Grammar Proofreading

Grammar proofreading is the process that requires one to review any document, words, or statements written, typed, printed or not. This ensures that a grammar proofreader checks for any anomalies in the sentences and to confirm if the writer has implemented any of the grammar rules correctly. Grammar Proofreader also ensures that whoever writes the work is aware of whatever she of he is doing and if not so, the proof reader has the duty to bring them back into the right track before the work is printed or submitted.

A grammar proofreader should not only focus on checking whether the grammar rules are implemented such as good punctuation marks, spelling check, good use of semicolons, prepositions, verbs and adjectives, instead the grammar proofreader should also consider whether the work is correctly formatted, whether their is proper use of paragraphs, proper use of the typographical norms, whether there is proper numbering of the pages, the correct use of fonts and also good use of language. Grammar proofreaders should be keen enough to correct any existing errors while reading the work.

An effective grammar proofreader should be well conversant with the topic that he or she is reading. This will enable the grammar proofreader to be objective and focused thus perform his or her work well. Grammar proofreader should also be patient enough and willing to perform the work whole heartedly for good results. While carrying out proofreading service, one should be able to compare the original work and the typeset one to ensure that they are one thing.

A good grammar proofreader should have good reading and writing skills, should be well conversant with grammar rules, have good analytical skills, should be intelligent, should have good communication skills and should e well conversant with language that he or she is reading. As e result, it will enable the proofreader to read and work as if it was his or her own.


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