Grammar Course Options

Best Grammar Course Options for Learning Punctuation, Sentence Structure, Language, and Word Usage

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Basic Business Grammar Course – Self-Study (BWC80)


  • Grammar course for self-motivated learners who don’t want instructor coaching and training
  • Grammar course includes grammar, punctuation, language, spelling, sentence structure, and word usage
  • Pre-tests for the grammar course and each lesson. Post-tests for the grammar course and each lesson
  • Extensive grammar course examples
  • Online informative, easy-to-read grammar lessons
  • Tuition $69
See the syllabus Syllabus: BWC80 Basic Grammar Course (self-study) The Basic Business Grammar course contains an overview of all of the areas of English grammar important to business writers. The course begins with a pre-test to show you how much you know about business grammar at the start of the course. It ends with a post-test to show you how much you have learned. Students normally start with pre-test scores of 30% to 50% and end the course with post-test scores of 85% to 95%. Each lesson also has a pre-test and post-test to show you that you have learned the skills. The tests are scored immediately so you can see how you did. The Business Writing Center does not track progress through this version of the basic grammar self-study course. A version of the Basic Grammar Self-Study course is available in which the Business Writing Center will record your completion of lessons. The Business Writing Center will notify you or a manager that you have submitted the forms showing that you have completed the lessons. That course is BWC80R. If you need certification that you have completed the course, enroll in BWC80R, and the Business Writing Center will notify you or a manager that you have completed all of the lessons. Because the self-study courses have no instructor contact, you will not receive a graduation certificate. If you want instructor contact and a graduation certificate, you should enroll in BWC85 Basic Grammar Essentials.. Volume discounts are available for BWC80. Course Content Course Pre-test Lesson 1: Proofreading Principles Lesson 2: Using Active Voice Practice Diagnostic Test Lesson 3: Omissions, Additions, Typos Lesson 4: Number Accuracy Lesson 5: Transposition Errors Session 1 Optional Practice Session 1 Diagnostic Test Lesson 6: Abbreviations Lesson 7: Word Division Lesson 8: Number Expression Lesson 9: Capitalization Session 2 Diagnostic Test Lesson 10: Commas Lesson 11: Other Punctuation Lesson 12: Special Punctuation Lesson 13: Spelling Lesson 14: Confusing Words Session 3 Diagnostic Test Lesson 15: Subject/Verb Agreement Lesson 16: Pronoun Agreement Lesson 17: Using Defined Terms Consistently Lesson 18: Citing Sources Session 4 Diagnostic Test Course Post-test Register for this grammar course

Basic Business Grammar Course – Self-Study with Record Keeping (BWC80R)


  • Records kept of grammar course progress for a report on completion for the student or an administrator
  • For self-motivated learners who don’t want a grammar course with instructor coaching and training
  • Grammar course includes training in grammar, punctuation, language, spelling, sentence structure, and word usage
  • Pre-tests for the grammar course and each lesson. Post-tests for the grammar course and each lesson
  • Extensive grammar examples
  • Online informative, easy-to-read lessons
  • Tuition $69
See the syllabus Syllabus: BWC80 Basic Grammar Course – Self-Study with Recording Progress  The Basic Business Grammar Course contains an overview of all of the areas of English usage important to business writers. In this version of the grammar course, the Business Writing Center will record the test scores and report that you have completed the course to you or an administrator. The grammar course begins with a pre-test to show you how much you know about business grammar at the start of the course. The grammar course ends with a post-test to show you how much you have learned. Students normally start with pre-test scores of 30% to 50% and end the course with post-test scores of 85% to 95%. Each grammar course lesson also has a pre-test and post-test to show you that you have learned the skills. The grammar course tests are scored immediately so you can see how you did. Because the self-study courses have no instructor contact, you will not receive a graduation certificate. If you want instructor contact and a graduation certificate, you should enroll in BWC85 Basic Grammar Essentials.. Volume discounts are available for BWC80R. Grammar Course Content Course Pre-test Lesson 1: Proofreading Principles Lesson 2: Using Active Voice Practice Diagnostic Test Lesson 3: Omissions, Additions, Typos Lesson 4: Number Accuracy Lesson 5: Transposition Errors Session 1 Optional Practice Session 1 Diagnostic Test Lesson 6: Abbreviations Lesson 7: Word Division Lesson 8: Number Expression Lesson 9: Capitalization Session 2 Diagnostic Test Lesson 10: Commas Lesson 11: Other Punctuation Lesson 12: Special Punctuation Lesson 13: Spelling Lesson 14: Confusing Words Session 3 Diagnostic Test Lesson 15: Subject/Verb Agreement Lesson 16: Pronoun Agreement Lesson 17: Using Defined Terms Consistently Lesson 18: Citing Sources Session 4 Diagnostic Test Course Post-test Register for this grammar course

Basic Grammar Essentials Course (BWC85)


  • Grammar course with monitoring and training in grammar rules by the instructor
  • Overview of all the important English business grammar rules
  • Clear explanations of the English business grammar rules with extensive examples
  • Begins with a course pre-test and ends with a post-test to show how much has been learned
  • Pre-tests for the grammar course and each lesson. Post-tests for the grammar course and each lesson
  • Course password remains active after graduation for later reference
  • Graduation certificate awarded at the end of the course
  • Tuition $125
See instructor credentials Coaching, Tutoring, and Training from Dr. Robert Hogan Robert Hogan, PhD, is an accomplished business-writing trainer with over 40 years’ experience training business writers in companies, government agencies, and universities. He has been a professor of business report writing and communications at Illinois State University, the University of Pittsburgh, and Allegheny County Community College. He is a specialist in writing training with articles about writing training in English Education, College Composition and Communication, Research in the Teaching of English, and various conference proceedings. He has written two books training business writers: Explicit Business Writing: Best Practices for the Twenty-first Century, and Business Writing Skills for Forensic Laboratory Managers. Dr. Hogan is the director of the Business Writing Center. Dr. Hogan’s PhD is in training and supervision, with a focus on training in writing. He is the author of most of the training materials in the 45 courses offered by the Business Writing Center. As a result, he selects the training from the courses that will be most beneficial for you. As you learn with Dr. Hogan, you can expect the following:
  • Conscientious attention to your unique goals and needs
  • Personal attention from Dr. Hogan by email or phone anytime you want it
  • Clear, simple explanations of writing skills
  • Training for any language, grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, and word usage issues
  • Effective training approaches that Dr. Hogan originates for your unique needs based on his 40 years of teaching
  • A willingness to listen to your goals, needs, and desire to learn specific skills
You will be able to contact Dr. Hogan by email or phone at any time to ask questions about your business writing needs.

Courses Dr. Hogan Teaches

BWC130 Individualized Writing for Nonnative Speakers of English  BWC110 Basic Grammar Skills Tutorial  BWC520 Coaching through Writing Actual Documents  BWC510 Individualized Business Writing Training BWC 625 Customized Business Writing Skills Course  BWC225 Explicit Business Writing with Additional Training  BWC140 Writing Coaching for Executive Nonnative Speakers of English  BWC600 Writing Coaching for Managers and Executives  See the syllabus

Syllabus: BWC85 Basic Grammar Essentials

The Basic Grammar Essentials course contains an overview of all of the areas of English usage important to business writers. The course begins with a pre-test to show you how much you know about business grammar at the start of the course. It ends with a post-test to show you how much you have learned. Students normally start with pre-test scores of 30% to 50% and end the course with post-test scores of 85% to 95%. Each lesson also has a pre-test and post-test to show you that you have learned the skills. The tests are scored immediately so you can see how you did. Your instructor receives a copy of the test to look over and see whether you need any coaching. For an in-depth grammar survey course with readings from a grammar textbook and pre- and post-tests, enroll in BWC100 Basic Grammar for Business. For a tutorial in which you work with an instructor who identifies the errors you’re making in your writing, teaches you the skills to eliminate the errors, and coaches you through learning the skills, enroll in BWC110 Basic Grammar Skills Tutorial. If you take BWC85 Basic Grammar Essentials with BWC95 Business Writing Essentials, you will have writing training along with the grammar training. The tuition is reduced to $225 for both. Click here to go to the page describing the registration for both BWC85 and BWC95. Course Time: You will go through the course at your own pace, so you could complete it within a few weeks. However, you have up to two months to complete the course so you can fit the study time into your schedule. If you take BWC95 and BWC85 together, you have a total of four months to complete the two courses.

Course Content

Course Pre-test Lesson 1: Proofreading Principles Lesson 2: Using Active Voice Practice Diagnostic Test Lesson 3: Omissions, Additions, Typos Lesson 4: Number Accuracy Lesson 5: Transposition Errors Session 1 Optional Practice Session 1 Diagnostic Test Lesson 6: Abbreviations Lesson 7: Word Division Lesson 8: Number Expression Lesson 9: Capitalization Session 2 Diagnostic Test Lesson 10: Commas Lesson 11: Other Punctuation Lesson 12: Special Punctuation Lesson 13: Spelling Lesson 14: Confusing Words Session 3 Diagnostic Test Lesson 15: Subject/Verb Agreement Lesson 16: Pronoun Agreement Lesson 17: Using Defined Terms Consistently Lesson 18: Citing Sources Session 4 Diagnostic Test Course Post-test Register for this grammar course

Basic Business Grammar Course (BWC100)


  • Grammar course that is a thorough survey of business grammar, punctuation, language, spelling, sentence structure, and word usage
  • Uses the best grammar course textbook today with complete, clear, easy-to-understand grammar rules
  • Grammar course textbook remains as a desk reference for use later
  • Pre-tests for the grammar course and each lesson. Post-tests for the grammar course and each lesson
  • Extensive examples
  • Graduation certificate awarded at the end of the grammar course
  • Tuition $295
See instructor credentials Coaching, Tutoring, and Training from Dr. Robert Hogan Robert Hogan, PhD, is an accomplished business-writing trainer with over 40 years’ experience training business writers in companies, government agencies, and universities. He has been a professor of business report writing and communications at Illinois State University, the University of Pittsburgh, and Allegheny County Community College. He is a specialist in writing training with articles about writing training in English Education, College Composition and Communication, Research in the Teaching of English, and various conference proceedings. He has written two books training business writers: Explicit Business Writing: Best Practices for the Twenty-first Century, and Business Writing Skills for Forensic Laboratory Managers. Dr. Hogan is the director of the Business Writing Center. Dr. Hogan’s PhD is in training and supervision, with a focus on training in writing. He is the author of most of the training materials in the 45 courses offered by the Business Writing Center. As a result, he selects the training from the courses that will be most beneficial for you. As you learn with Dr. Hogan, you can expect the following:
  • Conscientious attention to your unique goals and needs
  • Personal attention from Dr. Hogan by email or phone anytime you want it
  • Clear, simple explanations of writing skills
  • Training for any language, grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, and word usage issues
  • Effective training approaches that Dr. Hogan originates for your unique needs based on his 40 years of teaching
  • A willingness to listen to your goals, needs, and desire to learn specific skills
You will be able to contact Dr. Hogan by email or phone at any time to ask questions about your business writing needs.

Courses Dr. Hogan Teaches

BWC130 Individualized Writing for Nonnative Speakers of English  BWC110 Basic Grammar Skills Tutorial  BWC520 Coaching through Writing Actual Documents  BWC510 Individualized Business Writing Training BWC 625 Customized Business Writing Skills Course  BWC225 Explicit Business Writing with Additional Training  BWC140 Writing Coaching for Executive Nonnative Speakers of English  BWC600 Writing Coaching for Managers and Executives  See the syllabus Syllabus: BWC100 Basic Grammar for Business The Basic Grammar for Business course is a grammar course for people who have a good command of the English language, but would like to have an in-depth knowledge of grammar. The grammar course is an in-depth survey, meaning that it covers all of the major rules of grammar and usage in depth. You will go through a large part of a grammar textbook during the grammar course. As with the other Business Writing Center courses, this grammar course has lessons like a college course. It is self-pacing, so you decide when to work. Your instructor will coach you through learning any grammar skills you haven’t mastered. You will purchase the grammar course textbook from Amazon.com. Course Time You will go through the grammar course at your own pace, so you could complete it within a few weeks. However, you have up to four months to complete the grammar course so you can fit the study time into your schedule. All lessons must be finished within the four-month period. Grammar Course Content Developing clear, correct sentences
  • Writing subjects and verbs correctly
  • Avoiding dangling and misplaced modifiers
  • Using adverbs correctly
  • Using modifiers correctly
  • Avoiding passive voice
Using punctuation correctly
  • Using apostrophes correctly
  • Using semicolons correctly
  • Using periods after polite questions
  • Using dashes correctly
  • Using quotation marks correctly
  • Using colons correctly
  • Avoiding comma overuse
  • Commas with who and which
  • Commas in a series
  • Commas with parenthetical elements
  • Commas with introductory elements
  • Commas with dates
  • Commas with coordinating conjunctions
  • Commas with conjunctive Adverbs
  • Commas with conjunctions
  • Commas with restrictive and non-restrictive clauses
  • Commas with appositives
Using other usage skills correctly
  • Capitalizing correctly
  • Using numbers correctly
  • Keep constructions parallel
  • Using “who” and “whom” correctly
Proofreading effectively
  • Proofreading principles
  • Proofreading techniques
Register for this grammar course

Basic Grammar and Writing Skills for Business (BWC310)


  • Grammar course and writing course combined into one comprehensive course
  • Training in writing effective workplace business documents and grammar course survey of rules for correct business grammar
  • Grammar course portion teaches language, grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, word usage, and proofreading
  • Writing section teaches the best practices for writing business documents
  • Instructor is a business college PhD professor
  • Extensive feedback and coaching
  • Clear, easily understood lessons
  • Many writing exercises to learn the skills
  • Four writing examinations with extensive comments and coaching through revising
  • Graduation certificate awarded at the end of the course
  • Tuition: $295
See instructor credentials Coaching, Tutoring, and Training from Dr. Robert Hogan Robert Hogan, PhD, is an accomplished business-writing trainer with over 40 years’ experience training business writers in companies, government agencies, and universities. He has been a professor of business report writing and communications at Illinois State University, the University of Pittsburgh, and Allegheny County Community College. He is a specialist in writing training with articles about writing training in English Education, College Composition and Communication, Research in the Teaching of English, and various conference proceedings. He has written two books training business writers: Explicit Business Writing: Best Practices for the Twenty-first Century, and Business Writing Skills for Forensic Laboratory Managers. Dr. Hogan is the director of the Business Writing Center. Dr. Hogan’s PhD is in training and supervision, with a focus on training in writing. He is the author of most of the training materials in the 45 courses offered by the Business Writing Center. As a result, he selects the training from the courses that will be most beneficial for you. As you learn with Dr. Hogan, you can expect the following:
  • Conscientious attention to your unique goals and needs
  • Personal attention from Dr. Hogan by email or phone anytime you want it
  • Clear, simple explanations of writing skills
  • Training for any language, grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, and word usage issues
  • Effective training approaches that Dr. Hogan originates for your unique needs based on his 40 years of teaching
  • A willingness to listen to your goals, needs, and desire to learn specific skills
You will be able to contact Dr. Hogan by email or phone at any time to ask questions about your business writing needs.

Courses Dr. Hogan Teaches

BWC130 Individualized Writing for Nonnative Speakers of English  BWC110 Basic Grammar Skills Tutorial  BWC520 Coaching through Writing Actual Documents  BWC510 Individualized Business Writing Training BWC 625 Customized Business Writing Skills Course  BWC225 Explicit Business Writing with Additional Training  BWC140 Writing Coaching for Executive Nonnative Speakers of English  BWC600 Writing Coaching for Managers and Executives  See the syllabus Syllabus: BWC210 Business Writing Skills and BWC110 Basic Grammar Skills Tutorial Taken Together This combination of BWC210 and BWC110 is ideal because BWC210 teaches the best practices for writing clear, effective business email and the BWC110 basic grammar course focuses on the grammar skills you need to learn. Tuition is discounted from the $640 for the courses taken individually to $595. You have four months to complete each course, meaning you have a total of eight months to complete both.

BWC210 Business Writing Skills

The Business Writing Skills course will teach you how to write clear, well-organized business documents that have the impact you want, motivate your readers to respond as you expect, and accomplish your business objectives. The Business Writing Skills course presents a highly structured approach to writing business documents that you can apply to all your writing, especially email, memos, letters, and reports.

You will read the core lessons teaching you how to write business documents that produce results. As you read the lessons, you will write and submit samples of your business writing. Your instructor will evaluate the documents, commenting on your use of all writing skills as well as those taught specifically in the online Business Writing Skills course.

As with the other Business Writing Center courses, the course has online lessons like the lectures in a college course. The materials contain many examples and easy-to-understand explanations. It is self-pacing, so you decide when to work. You send assignments to your instructor attached to an email. Your instructor will evaluate your writing, comment on how well you have learned the skills, and coach you through learning any skills you haven’t mastered.

BWC110 Basic Grammar Skills Tutorial

The Basic Grammar Skills Tutorial is a grammar course for people who have problems in grammar, punctuation, spelling, word usage, or sentence structure. The grammar course will help you learn new patterns to replace the old by using your own sentences as examples. The teaching, practice, and tests are based on your own writing as much as possible. This grammar course is highly individualized. The instructor carefully evaluates writing samples and prescribes study and practice based on your unique needs. You work on only the specific grammar skills you need to learn, at your own pace. During the grammar course, you have unlimited access to the instructor to ask questions.

You will send writing samples to your instructor. Your instructor will read each sample thoroughly, identify skills you need to learn, list the sentences with problems in each area with corrections showing how they should have been written, assign readings from the grammar textbook, answer any questions you have about the skills, have you practice the skills, and give you an online quiz containing sentences from your original writing sample that you must correct in ten minutes to be sure you have learned the skills. That comprises a full cycle of analysis of your writing and training in all the writing skills we identify that you need. You will go through four full cycles of this work on your writing skills.

You may purchase the grammar textbook we use from a bookseller such as Amazon.com. However, the textbook is not required for the course. You will use online training materials to learn the skills.

Register for this grammar course and writing course

Basic Grammar Skills Tutorial (BWC110)


  • Individualized grammar course focusing on the skills you need to write correct business documents
  • Instructor analyzes your business writing to determine the skills you need to learn
  • Grammar course teaches language, grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, word usage, and proofreading
  • Grammar course uses online course materials and the best grammar textbook available today
  • Instructor is a business college PhD professor
  • Extensive feedback, written comments on writing, and coaching
  • Grammar course contains clear, easily understood lessons
  • Many writing exercises to learn the grammar rules and how to apply them
  • Graduation certificate awarded at the end of the course
  • Tuition: $345
See instructor credentials Coaching, Tutoring, and Training from Dr. Robert Hogan Robert Hogan, PhD, is an accomplished business-writing trainer with over 40 years’ experience training business writers in companies, government agencies, and universities. He has been a professor of business report writing and communications at Illinois State University, the University of Pittsburgh, and Allegheny County Community College. He is a specialist in writing training with articles about writing training in English Education, College Composition and Communication, Research in the Teaching of English, and various conference proceedings. He has written two books training business writers: Explicit Business Writing: Best Practices for the Twenty-first Century, and Business Writing Skills for Forensic Laboratory Managers. Dr. Hogan is the director of the Business Writing Center. Dr. Hogan’s PhD is in training and supervision, with a focus on training in writing. He is the author of most of the training materials in the 45 courses offered by the Business Writing Center. As a result, he selects the training from the courses that will be most beneficial for you. As you learn with Dr. Hogan, you can expect the following:
  • Conscientious attention to your unique goals and needs
  • Personal attention from Dr. Hogan by email or phone anytime you want it
  • Clear, simple explanations of writing skills
  • Training for any language, grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, and word usage issues
  • Effective training approaches that Dr. Hogan originates for your unique needs based on his 40 years of teaching
  • A willingness to listen to your goals, needs, and desire to learn specific skills
You will be able to contact Dr. Hogan by email or phone at any time to ask questions about your business writing needs.

Courses Dr. Hogan Teaches

BWC130 Individualized Writing for Nonnative Speakers of English  BWC110 Basic Grammar Skills Tutorial  BWC520 Coaching through Writing Actual Documents  BWC510 Individualized Business Writing Training BWC 625 Customized Business Writing Skills Course  BWC225 Explicit Business Writing with Additional Training  BWC140 Writing Coaching for Executive Nonnative Speakers of English  BWC600 Writing Coaching for Managers and Executives  See the syllabus Syllabus: BWC110 Basic Writing Skills Tutorial

The Basic Grammar Skills Tutorial course is a grammar course for people who have problems in grammar, punctuation, spelling, word usage, or sentence structure. This grammar course will help you learn new patterns to replace the old by using your own sentences as examples. The teaching, practice, and tests are based on your own writing as much as possible. The grammar course is highly individualized. The instructor carefully evaluates writing samples and prescribes study and practice based on your unique needs. In this grammar course, you work on only the specific skills you need to learn, at your own pace. You have unlimited access to the instructor to ask questions.

During this grammar course, you will send writing samples to your instructor. Your instructor will read each sample thoroughly, identify skills you need to learn, list the sentences with problems in each area with corrections showing how they should have been written, assign readings from the grammar course textbook, answer any questions you have about the skills, have you practice the skills, and give you an online quiz containing sentences from your original writing sample that you must correct in ten minutes to be sure you have learned the skills. This grammar course series of cycles provides analysis of your writing and training in all the writing skills we identify that you need. You will go through four full cycles of this work on your writing skills in the grammar course.

You may purchase the grammar course textbook we use from a bookseller such as Amazon.com. However, the textbook is not required for the course. You will use online training materials to learn the skills.

Grammar Course Content During this grammar course, your instructor will look for issues in any of the following areas and teach you the skills you need: • Abbreviations • Adverbs • Affect – Effect • Apostrophes to Show Possession • Articles • Bolding • Capitalization • Colloquialisms • Colons • Commas and Periods with Quotation Marks • Comma Overuse • Commas in a Series • Commas with “However,” “Therefore,” “Thus” • Commas with Coordinate Adjectives • Commas with Coordinating Conjunctions • Commas with Dates, States, Addresses, and Numbers • Commas with Introductory Elements • Commas with Nonrestrictive Appositives • Commas with Nonrestrictive Elements • Commas with Parenthetical Elements • Commonly Confused Word Pairs • Conciseness • Consistency • Contractions • Dangling and Misplaced Modifiers • Ellipses • Errors Unique to My Writing • Formatting • Fragment Sentences • Gerunds, Infinitives, and Participles • Hyphens and Dashes • Hyphens with Compound Adjectives • Hyphens with Numbers • Hyphens with Prefixes and Compound Words • Idioms and Word Usage • Inversions • Lists • Modal Auxiliary Verbs • Mood Shift • Number (Singular or Plural) • Numbers Format • Omitting Space or Inserting Too Much Space • Parallelism in Lists and Sentences • Parentheses • Passive Voice • Periods • Plurals • Prepositions • Pronoun Reference • Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement Pronouns • Proofreading • Questions • Quotation Marks • Run-on Sentences • Run-ons Using “Therefore,” “However” • Semicolons • Simple Sentence Structures • Simple Vocabulary • Slashes • Spelling • Subject/Verb Agreement • Tense Endings • Tense Shifts • Tense • “There,” “Their,” and “They’re,” • Using Case Correctly • Using Key Words • “Whom,” “That,” and “Which” • Word Choice • Word Omitted • Word Unnecessary • Wordiness • Wording Problems Register for this courseCatalog of 45 Courses

Free Grammar Course Tests

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General Business Writing Errors

26 Common Business Writing Errors

Spelling

Confusing Word Pairs25 Most Commonly Misspelled WordsSpelling California CitiesGeneral Spelling 1General Spelling 2

Clear, Strong Sentences

Active and Passive VoiceSubject/Verb Agreement 1Subject/Verb Agreement 2Pronoun Agreement 1Pronoun Agreement 2

Correct Punctuation

Commas 1Commas 2Other Punctuation 1

Question marks, Semicolons, Colons, Apostrophes, Quotation marks, Dashes, Hyphens, Parentheses

Other Punctuation 2

Question marks, Semicolons, Colons, Apostrophes, Quotation marks, Dashes, Hyphens, Parentheses

Special Punctuation 1

Brackets, ellipses, the $ symbol, the % symbol

Special Punctuation 2

Brackets, ellipses, the $ symbol, the % symbol

Other Business Writing Rules

Abbreviations 1Abbreviations 2Use Defined Terms Consistently 1Use Defined Terms Consistently 2Format Consistently and Correctly 1Format Consistently and Correctly 2
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