Which strategy is recommended to make revising easier? 1 checking for all types of errors in a single round of revision 2 using "track changes" to record all revisions 3 checking every comma to avoid comma splices 4 doing revisions in the library 5 proofreading before revising
Proof reading and revisions are the stages were a document is modified in order to become more fluent and get it to be easier to read and understand. Is also where we can face the writter and see if what he was meaning to say is actually what you get from reading the piece.
Evidence on proofreading and revision should be fluency in the text, and easiness to understand the document.
Conventions is the correct answer.
E is the answer for plato users.
the answer is
E.proof reading before revising
seems like the most logical one good luck
it would half to be B. using track changes on a computer to record all revisions .
Proofreading before revising
Proofreading is the term used to describe a detailed reading of a text, with the aim of finding possible errors, excesses and including them. After proofreading, it is common to have a more profound revision of the text, performed by a different person. In this case, the revision is done in a more complete way, keeping the original content, but making small changes that make the text more appropriate.
The answer would be conventions .
The right answer is "e)proofreading before revising "
Proofreading is the refinement or linguistic correction of a text. It should be done before revision because it is possible to make improvements in the style of writing, to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors and to review specific criteria and terminology. This way the annotations will be more polished and it will be faster and easier to make an efficient review.
Writing is a process that involves at least four distinct steps: prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing. It is known as a recursive process. While you are revising, you might have to return to the prewriting step to develop and expand your ideas.
C.B. "Brainstorming" is one of the most important steps in the writing process which you should never skip. This well-written and informative site introduces you to thirteen helpful and applicable techniques.
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