Would someone please take time out of his or her busy schedule and read through my article for any spelling or grammar issues. Would like to submit it to a niche site in some few weeks and so need an extra pair of eyes on it. Thank you in advance.
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Spelling looks fine, grammar is good. The only thing I can suggest is to perhaps ad a concluding paragraph to wrap it up -- it seems to end rather abruptly.
Maybe you could even take part of your introduction-- and use it as a conclusion.
Spell out "Six" in your title instead of using a numeral.
I also think the numbers on your subheading titles are not necessary.
Interesting tales, for sure.
(I like the friendly crocodiles.)
I think this is a really good and interesting article. I agree with Rochelle, that you can put conclusion paragraph. You might also consider adding 1-2 sentences about Ghana at the beginning (population, geo location, curious facts) to familiarise people with the topic and raise their curiosity.
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