Importance of Revising

by Fedeline
(Miami, Fl)

Original Text: Importance of Revising


“Hasten slowly, and without losing heart, put your work twenty times upon the anvil.” Wrote Nicolas Boileau- Despreaux, a French writer. The most important part when writing a piece of work is the revision method. It is a method that help you to refine your work. Any good writers have to follow that step if they want their messages get through the audience
To begin with, Revision help a writer to be concise and clear. It is because its role is to refine sentence by focus on the audience and by examine the purpose of the writing. For instance, when I am writing an essay, my job as a writer is to check where I need to rearrange, what are the common mistakes I make (spell errors), if the verb that I am using is the right one, analyze my thesis statement if it catchy the reader attention. All of the changes are called revision.
Besides that, revision is a rewarding effort. As a student when writing a good piece of paper my grade is improving. It make me become a better thinker. For it make me in a position where I am sharing my thought about a subject with an audience. And that make me feel that someone value my idea.
At last, revision sharpen your writing style. When doing revision you are confront with your flaw. The same mistake you are making today you are not going to make them tomorrow. It is because when you are doing revision, you are more like ask classmate to judge writing or it may be the teacher’s comments, and all of these new information are a good way to learn new writing approach.
To conclude, revision play an important role in writing. It is a must that any writer revise their papers before submitting them. It is a good revising that differ someone from a good and a bad writer. many reasons for writers to revise their papers and three of them are the ability to make your paper clear to read , feeling valuable and ability sharpening your writing style. Then, it is a requirement for someone to revise.

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Revised Text: The Importance of Revising

“Hasten slowly, and without losing heart, put your work twenty times upon the anvil.” this was written by Nicolas Boileau-Despreaux, a French writer.

The most important part when writing a piece of work is the "Revision" method. It is a method that helps you refine your work. All good writers have to follow this step if they want their messages get through their audience.

To begin with, Revision helps a writer to be concise and clear. This is because it's role is to refine sentences by focusing on the audience and by examining the purpose of the writing. For instance, when I am writing an essay, my job as a writer is to check where I need to rearrange. What are the common mistakes I make, spelling errors, if the verb that I am using is the right one and analyze my thesis statement to see if it catching the reader's attention. All of these changes are called Revisions.

Besides, revising is a rewarding effort. When writing a good piece as a student, my grade is improving. It also makes me become a better thinker. It puts me in a position where I am sharing my thoughts about a subject with an audience and that makes me feel that someone values my ideas.

At last, Revision sharpens your writing style. When doing revisions you are confronted with your flaws. The same mistakes you are making today are not going to made tomorrow. It is because when you are doing a revision, you are more likely to ask classmates to judge the writing or to ask for the teacher’s comments, and all of this new information is a good way to learn new writing approaches.

To conclude, Revision plays an important role in writing. It is a must, that every writer revise their papers before submitting them. It is a good revising that differentiates a good from a bad writer. There are many reasons for writers to revise their papers. Three of them are; the ability to make your paper clear to read , feeling valuable and sharpening your writing style. So, it is a requirement for a writer to revise.

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