Ensuring what you mean is what you write.
Sometimes when writing, we may begin a sentence without knowing how it will end. If you’re not careful, it could come out with the entirely wrong meaning. Self-editing prior to handing in work can help avoid some serious writing disasters.
“When something is awful, why not say so?” asks Richard Palmer, author of Write In Style: A Guide to Good English(London: Spon Press, 1993, 3). He says so in the chapter on Disasters, – using the following passages to explain what to do to avoid such mistakes: Read more