After you compose your message, you need to proofread. You don’t want to spend a lot of time composing the message and then have the reader misunderstand it because of poor grammar or punctuation. What questions should you ask yourself when proofreading?

After you compose your message, you need to proofread. You don’t want to spend a lot of time composing the message and then have the reader misunderstand it because of poor grammar or punctuation. Wha

After you compose your message, you need to proofread. You don’t want to spend a lot of time composing the message and then have the reader misunderstand it because of poor grammar or punctuation.

What questions should you ask yourself when proofreading? Check all that apply.

Did I place a comma before coordinating conjunctions that appear in compound sentences?

Should I send a letter or an e-mail?

Did I consider the recipient’s needs and expectations?

Did I spell the recipient’s name correctly?