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Dan Smith

I have been a professional writer and editor for more than 30 years, taught speech and English composition at the university level, and have developed speech and English composition courses and seminars for businesses. I am experienced in editing a wide variety of materials, especially business, scientific, and other academic papers. I am familiar with all the major style guides.

Warren D. Miller

I believe I can answer nearly any question about business writing. That goes in spades if the target audience is a lay readership. I make my living writing and speaking. N.B.: I DO NOT ANSWER QUESTIONS MARKED 'PRIVATE' because I believe that knowledge should be shared, not hoarded. I also believe such questions are likely to be submitted by people trying to cheat. In addition, don't waste your time asking me to write something for you. You don't learn anything if I do that. I'm happy to critique something that YOU write, of course. That's the best way for you to learn how to write well.

Deena Madnick

I am an editorial and a technical writing consultant, specializing in the production of computer manuals, training manuals, and procedural writing. I started my company after writing and editing computer user manuals, teaching English to high schoolers for 30 years, and operating a computer writing lab.

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2016-08-05 school...:

Hi Hame,    The use of articles in English is one of the more ambiguous features of the language, and, truthfully, there are times when I have trouble making up my mind about whether to use an article

2016-07-25 correct please:

There is a small difference in the meanings of the two words, but it is small enough that I did not feel the sentence to be incorrect. I didn't even really notice "historical" in the sentence. I suppose

2016-07-25 correct please:

1. OK    2. OK    3. Last summer we went to London using round trip tickets there and back.    4. OK    5. OK    Note that 3 is not incorrect in terms of grammar, it's just not a very graceful construction

2016-06-01 'Please find attached':

that is a clause that is tortured in its construction. In addition, the word 'find' suggests that the recipient will have to search for whatever is attached when, in fact, the attached item requires no

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