Reading: Editing in the NY Times (CU4 M1)
It is important to represent yourself and your company well. Grammar mistakes may cause people to believe you are unprofessional or unable to meet their needs. Even professionals make mistakes though, and it is good to read about their errors to avoid making them in your own works. Here is a blog by Philip B Corbett, the associate managing editor for standards at New York Times, who is also in charge of The Times’s style manual. Each week he finds grammar mistakes in the Times and posts a blog with the corrections. Please read each of the linked articles.
Article 1: http://nyti.ms/1hupP8b
Article 2: http://nyti.ms/1Imp87O
Article 3: http://nyti.ms/1L3Q56k
Article 4: http://nyti.ms/1LqyeGR