I'd like feedback on my article: 11 Comparison Between Dogs and Wolves

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  1. srai01 profile image91
    srai01posted 6 years ago

    Hi Hubbers,

    I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article 11 Comparison Between Dogs and Wolves. What can I do to improve? Thanks!

  2. AliciaC profile image91
    AliciaCposted 6 years ago

    Hi, srai01. Congratulations on creating an article that contains so much information about dogs and wolves. I think you have the basis of a great hub. I think the main reason why the article hasn't passed the Quality Assessment Process is the language errors in the title and in many parts of the hub itself. I'm guessing that English isn't your first language. You should check the article very carefully or ask someone who is an expert in English to check it for you. Good luck.

  3. srai01 profile image91
    srai01posted 6 years ago

    Hi AliciaC

    Thanks for your suggestions.
    I will recheck and try to correct the language /grammatical errors.

  4. DrMark1961 profile image96
    DrMark1961posted 6 years ago

    I read this when you published and thought it was good. I too found a lot of grammar errors, so it would definitely benefit by being carefully proofread. HP is great about about editing artilces but if the article does not have many readers yet it is not going to be included in their list.

    1. srai01 profile image91
      srai01posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Hi Dr. Mark,
      Thanks for feedback and suggestions.
      I edited and corrected some grammatical mistakes. I will recheck and will try to correct as much possible.

  5. anusha15 profile image83
    anusha15posted 6 years ago

    Apart from Grammatical errors, which you should be able to fix with the help of tools like Grammarly, there are some subtle phrasing errors. Consider the following sentence for example.

    "Whether dogs are the most admired and reliable domesticated animals, wolves are yet wild and unpredictable."

    If I am guessing the intent of this sentence correctly, it would be phrased like this:
    "Where Dogs are most beloved and reliable domestic animals, wolves are wild and rather unpredictable."

    Problems like these are more difficult to fix, as they are not grammatically incorrect, but they do not convey the thought properly and lack proper phrasing. The above usage of 'whether' is incorrect, by the way.

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    Austin Hackneyposted 6 years ago

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