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Red Editing Pen

Each month, we give you a few sentences which would all benefit from some careful use of your red editing pen. As writers and regular readers of Writing Magazine, you should not find any of these too difficult. But if you would welcome a little help, you can always check out Richard Bell’s suggested solutions set out below:

Here are this month’s examples:

1 The invitation was addressed to Sarah and I, but because Sarah was a better speaker than me we both felt that the invite should be past to her.

2 The book which the editor mentioned has a pre-planned launch date for next July so we will need the finished copy by November.

3 Roger felt he should practice both his Spanish and Portuguese in order to orient himself for his visit to South America.

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