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Which of the following choices is a good strategy for reviewing a first draft?
a.check it closely for spelling errors
b.think about who will read it and why
c.read it out loudly
d.post it on the internet
e.none of the above
I know that a,b,and d are just wrong and I think reading it out loudly is a good way to see if the sentence structure, punctuation, and grammar are right or not; however, I am not sure if it is a good strategy to use for the first draft.
Please help. Thanks a lot : )

  • English -

    Yes, it is -- to read it out loud. (You don't need the -ly on that word.)

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