Spelling and Grammar are two features that are very useful and powerful in generating a good document. Both of these features are used to help us so that the use of words and grammar we became regular and good.This course will give effect to the quality of our document, whether it is appropriate to continue reading or not.
Well the following article is trying to explain what the purpose of the Spelling and Grammar, usage examples and how we enable and disable these features in Microsoft Word 2007.
Spelling and Grammar
Writing a good document so that readers can better understand the need to have the truth of the two sides, namely:
- Spelling, or organization and completeness of the letters forming the word / phrase (Spelling)
- Grammar, or arrangement of words or phrases that make complete sense (Grammar)
For spelling or spelling, here are some examples of the use of good spelling and wrong:
- car and instead mobeel (spelling wrong)
- jaya instead djaja (old spelling)
- modernization and instead moderenis
- and more
For grammar, here are some examples of the use of good grammar and wrong:
- “Everywhere you want after this afternoon?” to “Where do you want after this afternoon?”
- “He stopped playing with his nephew in the front yard.” with “nephew playing again with the boy in the front yard.”
- and so on
For grammar, although the correct spelling for the word but because its structure does not follow the rules defined and well understood the sentence makes the reader confused in the end.
more information’s you can visit grammarbase.com