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How often do you hear or use this word in your everyday conversation? If it’s as much as this blogger, it’s A LOT. Especially when on deadline or in a hurry! More often then not, this word is used incorrectly. I’ve been guilty of this grammar offense. *hangs head* In popular culture ‘hopefully’ means, “I...
This is IT. Senior year at your college/university is coming to a close. You’ve “busted your hump” getting in all of your work, getting financial clearance for graduation, all ducks are in a row. The last thing on your list, the dissertation has to be completed. You’ve already done your research, it’s solid, and...
I am a retired English and Social Sciences public school teacher and college instructor: I have a Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in English, Education and Psychology; and a Reading Specialist Certification. When I started Writing It Right For You, it never occurred to me that I would be *teaching* again. But one of the...
Writing your document is just the first step. Whether you are writing a letter, a report, web content, marketing materials or a dissertation, your writing must be edited. It must also be proofread. What is the difference? Many people think that editing and proofreading are the same thing, but actually they are two different processes....