Hi, I'm a new Hubber.
https://hubpages.com/hub/Do-You-Want-To … ow?hubview
I have composed this article but sadly failed to qualify the Quality Assessment Test.
Can you guys help me with your knowledge?
Indi, welcome to Hubpages. I click on the link but got a 404 page not found response. It seems you've unpublish it for editing. Please do publish it again so that we can help you to passing the QAP. Thanks.
If you've had a rejection email, there will be a link to click to get help. That link will generate a post here for you.
I skimmed through your "10 Ways to Relax this Summer" article and see several issues that may relate to other submissions.
Your use of English is rather clumsy; in many sentences we know what you mean but they are poorly worded, e.g.
"Fishing takes time which allows you to spend more time with your buddies, adds a tint of gossips, laughter as joy."
Suggested version: Fishing allows us to spend relaxing time with our friends so we can gossip a bit and share laughs." Or, something like that.
Also, your suggestions for making the most of summer are very generic; try for something more original.
Indi, I'm here leveraging on what Rupert said to you. I would at this time advice you to spend more time weekly at the Hubpages' Learning Center. Click HELP on your feeds setting. This will take you to the learning center. Learn as best as you can all the basic skills to write good English. Thank you.
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