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    Arrow Writing thought.

    When writing a original draft I scan the words in my mind to see if the words used go with the sentence and make a change according to that, then edit again. Is that a correct way to write and edit at the same time? Paul

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    Re: Writing thought.

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul James View Post
    When writing a original first draft, I scan the words in my mind to see determine if the words I've used go with are appropriate for the sentence. I then decide on the necessary revisions and edit the sentence accordingly. and make a change according to that, then edit again.
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul James View Post
    Is that a it correct way to use "write" and "edit" in the same sentence?at the same time? Paul
    See above.

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