over 4 years ago
How To Get Free Personal Help With English Skills On SpeakAlley-Part 3
Here is the answer to question number three (Use the links to view the answers to the previous questions. Click here for Part 1
and Part 2
First, I want to point to a previous article that covers much about this answer. You can view the article here at: https://www.speakalley.com/blog/free-help-with-english-skills/
I wont repeat that information here, but I do want to give some details on how you can get personal help with your writing skills.
For help with your writing skills, SpeakAlley volunteers may review your essay and give feedback on more than just grammar (usually with the help of an English teacher), sentence structure, and essay writing, but they will also give feedback to help you understand how a sentence might be perceived by a native speaker that might be different than you intended, and help you rewrite it so that your thought is conveyed clearly to a native speaker. Other topics of advice and input will vary according to the essay written.
Here are the rules for eligibility to join these sessions: Simply write an essay on any topic of your choice and post it on SpeakAlley (use the Posts page). The post should be about 400 to 600 words in length (it does not have to be exact but should be close) and must be family friendly with the content and wording suitable for anyone of any age. Next, copy and paste the following (after filling in your name between the parentheses) and send it to me in a SpeakAlley message at: https://www.speakalley.com/users/sindee
We only use only essays from those SpeakAlley users who have sent me the appropriate permission to use their essay. It is best, but not necessary, if you can make yourself available to attend the session when we review your essay as this ensures that the final draft of the essay fully conveys your thoughts as you have intended. Once the essay has been fully reviewed, it will be featured on the SpeakAlley blog. Here is the permission that you need to copy and paste into a SA message to me:
I, (your name), give permission for Sindee and SpeakAlley to allow use of my essays to be critiqued in a SpeakAlley online recorded session with other attendees and be posted on the SpeakAlley blog after completion of the changes. I certify that I have all rights to give this permission.
Copy and paste this Essay Permission
along with a copy of the essay and send it to me at https://www.speakalley.com/users/sindee
by clicking on the message button on my profile and sending. I will notify the writer of my intent to use their essay in a reply email. SpeakAlley and Sindee gives no guarantee and accepts no liability for this service. Please remember that this service is provided by volunteers only and that they receive no compensation for this service from the site or the learners.
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