Ensure that the subject and verb match in number, like changing "She walk to the store" to "She walks to the store."
Avoid merging independent clauses without proper punctuation or conjunctions. Break them into separate sentences. For example, transform "I like to read I also enjoy painting" into "I like to read. I also enjoy painting."
Prevent confusion by placing modifiers near the word they modify. Correct "Running quickly, the dog was spotted by the park" to "While running quickly, I spotted the dog in the park."
Ensure pronouns match in gender, number, and case with their nouns. Fix "Me and him went to the party" to "He and I went to the party."
Convey timing accurately with the right verb tense. Revise "I have gone to the store yesterday" to "I went to the store yesterday."
Complete sentences to convey complete thoughts. For example, change "In the garden. I saw a beautiful butterfly" to "In the garden, I saw a beautiful butterfly."
Avoid using a comma to connect two independent clauses. Use a semicolon or conjunction. For instance, "I love to swim, I swim every day" should be "I love to swim; I swim every day."