Beware! I question everything and everybody.
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Even this challenging situation would ease
Members did not feel good to check others English and get checked by others. That did not workout.
@I will come up with a fresh proposal on the subject, to have our English improved. If everyone cooperates, it would be successful.
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But even on reviewing and editing, some mistakes simply escape our notice. Some times when I get to see such mistakes in some of my earlier posts,I wonder how they occurred and how they escaped my attention when reviewing also.
Our mistakes can be spotted better by another person. Sometimes the images and presumptions make us blind to the mistakes. So even when there is wrong spelling we read the word correctly. None of us are infallible. That is why there are other layers in important areas.
There is no need to start a fresh thread on your proposal since you had done so in the past and we had discussed it in detail. A reminder of what we had said - It makes no sense to have the words' Check My English'. Every thread will then have responses wherein English is being checked rather than sticking to the topic of discussion, thereby taking the thread wholly off-track.
Members can make use of the Grammarly tool which has been made available by the Webmasters. You can correct grammar, spelling & vocabulary with this too. It also helps in punctuation. Of course, in a few cases, you do need to check the context and not necessarily select what Grammarly suggests. For example, on one occasion for me, the tool suggested the word 'patient' instead of 'patience' and it was the latter word which was actually appropriate, not the first one.
When people come at you with their worst, you should come at them with your best (advice given to Selena Gomez by her mother, quoted in Time magazine.)
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I care for my grammar more than spellings.
Because if grammar is correct, mistakes in spellings can be ignored.
For an instance, "I don't knw you" can be as easily understood as " I don't know you".
If grammar is correct errors in spellings can be ignored.
The stronger a light shines the darker are the shadows around it.