Hi, how can i correct own hub from grammar mistakes or some other problems. Because to publish the hub. Is there anybody to help me.
Without being able to view your hub, it is difficult to be able to offer help. I saw you posted another thread about this, so perhaps you will get the advice you need, there.
I am getting this message, how can i do this, can you know about that.
Please address the moderator set alert below before submitting this Hub for publication.
I don't know where to set the alert for the moderator
When you go to the hub, and click on "edit", you will see a box at the top of the page that will tell you why the hub is being moderated. You need to fix the issues that are outlined and then publish again. This will get the moderator to review it again.
I recommend running your hub through a grammar and spell checker. You can use a word processing program like Word, and I am sure there are some online that you can use. This should clear up some of the obvious issues. I also recommend letting your hub sit unpublished for a couple of days and then reading your hub out loud several times. Sometimes I make careless mistakes, reading the hub like I expect it to read instead of actually reading what I wrote.
I would write my hubs in a program like word and do a spell and grammar check.
sorry i can't see your hub. Like the others had mentioned, write your post in ms word, use the grammar and spelling cheker. make sure words are at least 700 words. Click edit to see what the moderator suggested.
Thank you very much, yes i will try to get help from there.
If you can find an English teacher close by, maybe he or she can help edit your work before you publish it. Or anyone in your circle who is good in English Grammar. There are also programs you can buy and they allow you to test it out first if this is really what you need. There are also online classes to learn English better. This would be a better solution is you want to be a writer in the English language.
If you get any grammer mistakes, MS-Word will remind you with green lines. So copy and paste your hub to MS-Word first.
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