How Professional Is Your Story's Spelling, Grammar, and Punctuation?

by: Head_Heart_HP

A very big pet peeve when reading a story is unprofessional spelling, grammar, and punctuation. An author may have an original idea, a well-structured plot, and great depth in characters, but there's one big downfall... spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

  1. 1

    What is the correct spelling of the following word?

  2. 2

    Which of the following sentences is written correctly in past tense?

  3. 3

    Each of the following options has a flaw. Which flaw is punctuation-based?

  4. 4

    Which of the following words should be capitalised in the middle of a sentence?

  5. 5

    Below is the same title written with varying capital letters. Which is correct?

  6. 6

    "What do you think you're doing," Isla asked. Is the punctuation in the sentence correct?

  7. 7

    If the protagonist (main character) is complaining to their grandma about wanting to stop at a service station, which of these sentences is correct?

  8. 8

    Which aspect is more important in a story?

  9. 9

    A new line should be started:

  10. 10

    Their, they're, and there. Which one means to belong to or be associated with the people or things previously mentioned or easily identified?

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