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Trust in a relationship.

A writing test.

Have you ever had feedback on your writing from a native speaker? What did I do right? What did I do wrong? How can I fix it?

Write at least two sentences and I will correct your grammar, punctuation and spelling. I will also give you a score of 1 - 10 where 10 is excellent. This score is how I perceive your overall writing skills, it is not related to the IELTS or TOEFL scoring system.

Write a few sentences about “What is trust in a relationship”. For example:

Trust is a choice to be available, vulnerable and transparent in a relationship. Trust is much more than a gut feeling or a blind faith in someone. It’s merit-based. For this reason, trust is completely different than love and forgiveness. Love and forgiveness can’t be earned (only given freely), but trust can’t be given freely; it must be earned.

No SMS texting such as u, r, ur, lol etc.

No slang words such as wanna, gonna, shoulda, bro, etc.

Check your spelling.

Capitalise the first person pronoun ‘I’ even if it is in the body of a sentence.

Begin a sentence with a capital letter and end it with a full stop.

Insert a single space after but not before a full stop or a comma.

Write at least two sentences.

Don’t be offended if your mark is lower than you expected.

Proofread your work a few times before posting.

Don’t be shy, give it a try.

Post your work as a comment.