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Syntax Training | Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

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August 24, 2005



Poor grammar is a problem that many writers encounter. The trick to correct it is regular reading. Through reading, writers can enrich their vocabulary and get their grammar right on their first attempt. Many writers can improve the quality of their writing by reading through their piece at least once after they finish it and correct all the mistakes. Another option would be to have another person go through your piece of writing to criticise it constructively.

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