Saturday, July 27, 2013

Helpful tips for improving your writing skill

Here are some helpful tips to improve your writing skill.

1. Plan in advance. Use up enough time to think regarding your writing assignment prior to start writing. Ask questions like what is the intention of your writing? Whether it is an imaginary story, an interview for a newspaper, a tutorial or an article?

2. Know what you need to convey. Before you start writing, ensure you know what you need to communicate. Make a one sentence statement that explains the intention of your piece and write it down.

3. Recognize your spectators. Whether your readers are kids or adults? Whether English is their mother tongue, or not? Are they reading for enjoyment, or is this a scientific editorial? Both the theme you prefer and its spectators will decide your writing approach, or "voice." You can make use of slang in unofficial writing, but always use Standard English while you write official, instructional, or scientific pieces

4. Spell each word properly. If your writing contains full of spelling mistakes, sometimes your spectators will not take your work seriously. Use a good dictionary or an online dictionary if that pleas to you. You can see spell checkers, spelling dictionaries in your word processor, and useful websites. Make use of them, or ask a buddy, trainer, or associate to proofread your writing.

5. Try to use appropriate grammar. Always good grammar is essential to make your writing better and clear. If you feel your grammar is wobbly, you can refer any dictionary that appeals you and understand how it is structured so you can see the answers fast while you are writing.

6. Assess your writing. Go through your work for finding spelling and grammar mistakes, and correct it. Be certain to verify any contacts or website URLs too. Go through your editorial and be cautious about the use of pronouns. Whether the reader can understand who or what you are referring to? If not, redraft your wordings so that they can comprehend it.

7. Keep it short. Remember to keep your writing short and precise.

* Avoid needless phrase and words. That implies altering statements for example “it would emerge that” to “actually” and “other than” to “moreover.”

* Make use of simple sentences and passages. Long sentence and paragraphs will be intimidating and feel inaccessible to the person who reads it.

* Using colors, bullets, or numbers you can highlights the points. Easily you can draw the attention of readers to certain details.

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