how can I improve my article writing skill..
can anyone suggest me//
HubPages requires you to use near-perfect English, so that is where I'd begin.
Conversely you could find a site that hosts articles in your mother tongue.
Other than that all I can say is write what you know, read others' articles, and develop a style that works for you. Never stop writing and learning, and you'll do just fine.
It is a long process. A journey of patience and sustained efforts. Keep it up. Incidentally, I have an article here on this aspect only. Just go through, you might find some tips.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Writing … ners-guide
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