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This is an email I got today from a reader of my website. I thought you would find it interesting, so am sharing it with you. The link is pretty good too, so please check it out (though avoid the em dashes with no spaces before or after – that’s just wrong!).

Hi there,

I was reading your page here prooftheword.com/how-to-make-your-english-read-perfectly/, and I saw you were mentioning oed.com.

I have to be honest, I’m not a native English speaker, but this site helped me a lot with learning English – so I’m happy other people are recommending it! 🙂

As for a recommendation, I wanted to share mine with you as a way of thanking you for sharing oed.com.

I recently found online a funny article about the English language (which made a lot of sense to me, as a non-native), and I’m pretty sure it will speak to your users as well.

Here it is: https://www.websiteplanet.com/blog/talking-aloud-talking-allowed-watch-write-make-sure-right/

It’s about homophones and all these English words that can sometimes lead to mistakes when the context is unclear 🙂

I think it would be a nice addition to your page, would you decide to share it there with your users.

I hope this is relevant.
Best,

Ivanka

If you have any questions about the English language or need help getting your document into shape, then please get in touch with me. I will sort out all the English on every document you have and make sure it uses perfect English!

All you have to do is mail me at prooftheword.com@gmail.com or visit my contact page.

I guarantee a great service at a great price, so please get in touch.

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