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Grammar
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Capitalization
mistakes
Generally, common nouns
should not be capitalized. At
the same time, proper nouns
(names of people,
companies, cities, etc.)
require capitalization.
on the twin towers and the pentagon;
in the United states / of the united states;
The middle east has;
has always been the Jurisdictional area of
operation;
was the main Orchestrator;
until may 2011;
The death of bin laden;
the same Weapons of Mass Destruction;
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Comma splices
and fused
sentences
Two main clauses must be
separated by a semicolon or
a comma and conjunction.
The Homeland Security next movement
was in Afghanistan and it was referred to as
enduring freedom, this forced Bin Laden
to…
Perceptibly, the capturing of Bin Laden
proved to the event that brought Homeland
Security to light however, the organisation
had been dealing with...
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Faulty parallelism
Remember that you should
have a balance within one or
more sentences of similar
phrases or clauses that have
the same grammatical
structure. The application of
parallelism affects readability
and may make texts easier
to process.
I got into marriages and took divorce;
in protecting the lives of Americans,
increasing [...], bringing [...], and make it
possible;
of many businesses, economies,
employment opportunities, and health
status;
is ensuring their safety and protect them;
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Faulty predication
The verb must fit in the
context according to the
subject it is used with.
relationship patterns that display
advancement courtesy;
One of the reasons why [...] is due to its
complacency;
this forced Bin Laden to hiding [hide] and
stated the force on him was;
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Faulty word forms
Ensure the form of the word
you use fits in the sentence
grammatically.
of these therapies and educations
programs;
While almost every person and politicians
might;
COVID-19 is not going to be the last of a
pandemic;
of the United State triggered;
this forced Bin Laden to hiding;
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various counterterrorist measures;
Incorrect use of
modifiers
A modifier describes,
clarifies, or gives more detail
about a concept. Make sure
to position the modifier in
close proximity to the
word/phrase it modifies and
connect them grammatically
and semantically.
Looking at developmental phases [...], ego
plays a crucial role;
Guided by the federal principal law, the
paper shows;
As the lead coffee-oriented business
organization in various world regions, there
are significant chances;
As a child welfare worker, it is important to
consider;
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Incorrect word
order
Sentences commonly follow
Subject-Verb-Object pattern.
that COVID-19 is neither the first pandemic
[...], nor will it be the last.
seeing the number of increasing cases;
bringing back the economy to life;
there were other witnessed and rising
numbers of preventable illnesses;
Guided by the federal principal law;
Every government has in place various
laws and regulations;
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Misspellings
Proofread your papers for
any misspellings.
from harch realities;
which effected great things;
COIVID-19/COIVD-19;
a srategy;
leader and financer;
The United State Federal government;
Bin Laden was stripped off is citizenship;
state interventio;
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Misused articles
Articles provide information
about the noun they precede.
Be attentive to the use of
articles.
The reasons behind the declining COVID-
19 vaccination;
as (the) federal government assists;
resulted to [in] (the) killing of almost 3000
people;
the Homeland Security was formed as (a)
collaborative national initiative;
that brought the two into (the) light;
reflecting on a guerrilla and terrorist
settings;
for the Al-Qaeda and;
To evaluate [...], (the) analysis will be
based;
using the military intimidation tactics;
an investigation of (the) FBI through;
as (an) aspect tied to ethical standards;
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Grammar Issue Comment Capitalization mistakes Generally, common nouns should not be capitalized. At the same time, proper nouns (names of people, companies, cities, etc.) require capitalization. ● ● ● ● Two main clauses must be separated by a semicolon or a comma and conjunction. ● Comma splices and fused sentences Example ● ● ● ● ● Faulty parallelism Remember that you should have a balance within one or more sentences of similar phrases or clauses that have the same grammatical structure. The application of parallelism affects readability and may make texts easier to process. ● ● Faulty predication The verb must fit in the context according to the subject it is used with. ● ● ● ● ● Faulty word forms Ensure the form of the word you use fits in the sentence grammatically. ● ● ● ● ● Link on the twin towers and the pentagon; Learn in the United states / of the united states; More The middle east has; has always been the Jurisdictional area of operation; was the main Orchestrator; until may 2011; The death of bin laden; the same Weapons of Mass Destruction; The Homeland Security next movement Learn was in Afghanistan and it was referred to as More enduring freedom, this forced Bin Laden to… Perceptibly, the capturing of Bin Laden proved to the event that brought Homeland Security to light however, the organisation had been dealing with... I got into marriages and took divorce; in protecting the lives of Americans ...
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