I'd like feedback on my article: Miracles of Lemon

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  1. Shaheer Haider Sherry profile image59
    Shaheer Haider Sherryposted 2 months ago

    Hi Hubbers,

    I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article? What can I do to improve? Thanks!
    Here is my article: Miracles of Lemon (must be signed in to view)

    1. theraggededge profile image98
      theraggededgeposted 2 months agoin reply to this

      Hi there,

      There are two major issues with your article.

      The first one is the most important. You make many claims as to the efficacy of lemons without providing any factual sources to back up what you say. Are you a doctor who is qualified to offer medical advice? If not, then you need to provide references of scientific and medical studies.

      You claim that lemon is good for the teeth, but all the evidence points to the contrary as lemon juice is acidic. https://www.1800dentist.com/diet-and-nu … th-enamel/

      You must fact check everything.

      The second problem is that your English writing skills are not yet up to the high standard that HubPages requires. For example, what are 'lemon nut rations'?

      You have a lot of work to do, so good luck.

    2. quotations profile image94
      quotationsposted 2 months agoin reply to this

      The main things you need to improve are your grammar and writing style.

      Many of your sentences are jumbled and/or run on. You also include random thoughts in the same paragraph. In many sentences, the subject and verb do not agree. Here is an example of a paragraph which has almost everything wrong with it. However there are many others.

      Let me point out some of the things wrong with this paragraph and its component sentences:

      1. Lemon works naturally antiseptic medicine. -- This not really a sentence. You may be trying to say that lemon is a natural antiseptic.

      2. Lemon Juice useful for acne and eczema. -- your sentence lacks a verb. At the very least it should say "Lemon juice is useful ..." but even that is not correct. How is it useful. If it helps get rid of acne and eczema you should say so.

      3. Also removing wrinkles and blackheads.-- This is a sentence fragment. I suppose you are trying to say that lemon is also useful for removing wrinkles and blackheads. But your sentence lacks a verb.

      3. Lemon's have natural anti aging formula which works for skin's health. -- This is grammatically incorrect. You would not use the possessive form of lemons. That's just part of what is wrong with this sentence.

      4. Thousand of remedies of lemon for all kind of skins.-- I suppose you could say that lemon juice is an ingredient in thousands of remedies and works on all kinds of skin. Notice the problem with your plurals not agreeing and other grammatical issues.

      4. Massage or drink Lemon Juice is useful for skins tones and makes glowing skin. --again, the subject does not agree with the verb.

      These are only some of the problems in this single paragraph and nearly every sentence is incorrect. I can appreciate how discouraging it must be to hear this. However unless you can bring your English up to the level of a native North American English speaker you have no hope of getting your hubs to pass quality assessment.

      If you can afford it, you might try paying a native English speaker to edit one or more of you articles and show you the corrections in detail so that you can learn from your mistakes and improve. Otherwise I am afraid that you will not be able to publish here.

  2. AliciaC profile image98
    AliciaCposted 2 months ago

    In addition to what others have said, there are problems right at the beginning of the article that might stop people from reading further. The English errors in your bio are discouraging. If you edit your article, you should edit the bio, too. You also need to create a different sentence to start the article. Most of your first paragraph is found on many other sites.


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