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Q: What is the difference between revising and editing? Why is it difficult to do both at once? Which should be done first and why?
A: Editing is fixing grammatical and spelling errors. Revising is changing the arrangement of words, and the content. It is difficult because when revising you have to actually think about what makes sense and "revise" it. [ When editing you are just looking for spelling mistakes and don't have to know what you are reading. [ When doing both you have to multitask and may make mistakes. ] ]
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Asked 9/21/2011 11:12:41 AM
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