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Editing: Common Errors (Part 2) | PSLE English
In the last blog post on Common Errors in editing (Part 1), I wrote about three types of common errors that you may see in the Editing section of Paper 2. These include mistakes in subject-verb agreement, the use of prepositions and in not using the infinitive after ‘to’. I hope you have found those tips helpful as you tackle that part of the paper. As promised, here are three more typical types of editing errors. Are you ready? Good! Here we go!
PSLE English | Editing: Common Errors (Part 3)
In the final post for the series, I will go through errors in word forms and connectors. I understand that many of you are busy with common tests and I hope you have found the earlier tips useful as you revise for the Editing section.
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