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Many people have asked Future Perfect about the spelling of 'proofreader' and 'proofreading'. ... proof reading [spelling as two words] proof-reading [hyphenated compound noun] proofreading [closed spelling as one word]
The past tense of proofread is also proofread. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of proofread is proofreads.
Read is the past tense of read, it is pronounced in the same way as the word red. The present tense, read, is pronounced as reed, though it is spelled in the same manner as the past tense, read.
Synonyms and Near Synonyms of proofread reread. peruse, pore (over) decipher. review, study. browse, dip (into), leaf (through), scan, skim, speed-read, thumb (through), turn over.
Interestingly, though, this word has followed the standard etymological pattern of change which many words go through, over time, ie it begins as an open spelling as two words (1), moves through being a hyphenated compound noun (2) and ends up as a closed spelling as one word (3).
Careful reading (and rereading) of a (yet to be finally-printed) document, to detect any errors in spelling, punctuation, or grammar. ... Every author knows that (despite the spelling checking abilities of modern word processors) a human proof reader is indispensable. Also called proofing.
Give it a rest. If time allows, set your text aside for a few hours (or days) after you've finished composing, and then proofread it with fresh eyes. ... Look for one type of problem at a time. ... Double-check facts, figures, and proper names. ... Review a hard copy. ... Read your text aloud.
Read your work backward, starting with the last sentence and working your way in reverse order to the beginning. ... Read your work out loud. ... Always proofread a printed version of your work. ... Give yourself some time.
Print out a hard copy while proofreading on screen. ... Ensure the document makes sense. ... Use your computer spellchecker. ... Use a pencil to point to every single word. ... Check the title or headline. ... Check telephone numbers by calling them.
Slow down. Proofread line by line and focus on each line. ... Know your own weaknesses. Make a list of common errors and check every document for those errors, one at a time. Do not proof for every type of mistake at once. ... Read your work aloud. ... Eliminate distractions. ... Make a hard copy. ... Sleep on it. ... Don't be afraid to cut.
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