Normally my writing assignments are due Friday, but my teacher mentioned something about having 2 smooth copies on wed. Does this mean that it has to be written and not typed? Very confused here
I would think she wants to read writing that has already been edited a few times. First drafts are often a pain to read. I am in a couple critique groups and always tell people they should revise first, then post for critique. It saves me from having to correct little errors and from having to be distracted by them.
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