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Matthew Villegas commented on Janet's page General
"Eagle Eye Proofreader helps tired, overworked court reporters with the final steps of the editing process. In a world where the court reporter is usually not accommodated to and is often shown apathy despite being vital to court proceedings, it…"
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Matthew Villegas commented on Janet's page Proofreaders
"Eagle Eye Proofreader helps tired, overworked court reporters with the final steps of the editing process. In a world where the court reporter is usually not accommodated to and is often shown apathy despite being vital to court proceedings, it…"
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Matthew Villegas commented on Janet's page Proofreaders
"Eagle Eye Proofreader helps tired, overworked court reporters with the final steps of the editing process. In a world where the court reporter is usually not accommodated to and is often shown apathy despite being vital to court proceedings, it…"
38 minutes ago
Matthew Villegas commented on Kelli Combs (admin)'s group Proofreaders
"Do you want someone who knows when and when not to capitalize "plaintiff" and "defendant?" Are you looking for someone who knows how to properly punctuate a sentence? What exactly IS the difference between follow up and…"
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Matthew Villegas commented on Kelli Combs (admin)'s group Proofreaders
"Do you want someone who knows when and when not to capitalize "plaintiff" and "defendant?" Are you looking for someone who knows how to properly punctuate a sentence? What exactly IS the difference between follow up and…"
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Matthew Villegas commented on Janet's page Proofreaders
"Hello. I am a PDF proofreader looking to start working with court reporters as soon as possible. I have extensive training with what to look for in a transcript. Obviously grammar and punctuation is just a small part, but it never hurts to know the…"
Sep 14
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Matthew Villegas commented on Janet's page Proofreaders
"I am a PDF transcript proofreader who helps underappreciated, overworked, and overwhelmed court reporters that don't have time to proofread transcripts they've been starting at for hours on end. Though I am not a court reporter, I…"
Mar 30
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Matthew Villegas commented on Janet's page Proofreaders
"Hello. I am fairly new to the world of court reporters and transcript proofreading, but I'm eager to get start working with court reporters and other proofreaders. I don't have experience with any court reporters, but I've gone…"
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Transcript Proofreader
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Texas
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Google
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Matthew Villegas's Blog

Grammar and Punctuation: Dependent Clauses and Introductory Words

A dependent clause is a group of words that have a subject and verb, but do not form a complete thought and cannot stand alone. Introductory words change an independent clause (a complete sentence) to a dependent clause. Take the sentence "I ran." There's a subject and verb, but the absence of an introductory word allows it to be an independent clause. If you add an introductory word like "after," you get "After I ran." That's not to say a fragment like that won't ever wind up in a…

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Posted on September 14, 2018 at 10:30

Grammar and Punctuation: Subject and Verbs

This is the first of a series of posts I'd like to use to start detailing proper use of grammar and punctuation. It is crucial in our line of work that we know not only how to use grammar and punctuation, but also that we can properly identify the different parts of a sentence. Much like mathematics, grammar builds on itself and assumes you know the basics. If you understand the basics, knowing the correct punctuation and grammar becomes much easier. With that said, let's get…

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Posted on September 13, 2018 at 14:31

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