Below is a screenshot of the first half of an email invitation I received for a bill-signing event in Seattle. I understood the content and appreciated the invitation, but I couldn’t help spotting all the errors. How many do you recognize?
Feel free to edit the message and post your revision in the comments. So that you can copy and paste, I have included the text version of the message below the screenshot.
Text of the message:
Come celebrate with our coalition partners, volunteers, legislative champions, and Governor Inslee at the WA Climate Package Bill Signing Ceremony on Tuesday May 7th at 3pm in Seattle!
Governor Inslee will sign 100% Clean Electricity, Clean Buildings for WA, and many other climate related bills into law at the event.
RSVP to the bill signing ceremony today, you won’t want to miss this groundbreaking signing!
I’d add or change seven punctuation marks, in addition to fixing other errors. If you can’t find the errors, take my Punctuation for Professionals course. It’s an online, self-study program with quizzes that tell you what you know and practical lessons that make understanding easy.
I look forward to your revisions.