Poor grammar causes students in Toronto to fail

Posted on November 24, 2010


Professors at the University of Toronto are failing students as a result of poor grammar. There is a common misconception that if the content is amazing the grammar doesn’t matter. That is far from true, which was proved when five writing centres were set up in Toronto. The centres provide help for undergraduates from graduate students trying to get to grips with writing. When writing essays, it is possible for students to submit an essay proposal before handing in the final work. This provides a chance for errors to be corrected before the final work is examined.

This shows that it doesn’t matter how powerful the content of a piece of writing is, you don’t stand a chance if your work is grammatically incorrect with spelling mistakes and other errors. A professor just doesn’t want to sit and read a piece of work that is poorly crafted and full of mistakes. The content of a website will have the same outcome if it is poorly written. Why would anyone want to sit and read the content when it is full of errors?

Content outsourcing will ensure grammatically correct work that is error free. Selecting a professional article writing service will produce work that will entice readers and keep them reading. A professional writing service that has a large number of writers with English as their first language will guarantee work which is completed in a timely manner without error. Let’s hope that the students in the University of Toronto have proofreaders available before submitting their work.

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