EnBoo Self-Study Guide

Writing (Accuracy)

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Accuracy means writing making very few mistakes and using precise vocabulary and grammar.

You need to work on accuracy if:

  • You make lots of mistakes when writing
  • You tend to make the same mistakes over and over again
  • You often don’t “combine words well”, meaning you often don’t use the appropriate word or the most natural word
  • You often don’t use the right grammar structures

How To Improve Accuracy When Writing

What you need:

* Videos and recordings shouldn’t be more than two minutes long, while articles shouldn’t be more than 300 words. If a video or an article is too long you can break it down into smaller chunks.

Phase 1 - Prep

1. Watch a video / read an article. As you do that for the first time, only focus on the general meaning. Don’t worry about any specific language. Could you summarize it in one sentence?

2. Read / watch it again. This time pay attention to the following: interesting vocabulary, unusual sentence structures, collocations, new grammar structures

3. Get ready to write by making a plan of what you’re going to write. If you don’t have to remember what to talk about, you can focus on how to say it.

Phase 2 - Write

1. Summarize what you read/watched . Try to stick to what the text says as much as possible. Use the same structures and even the same words when you can.

2. Don’t use words you’re unsure about. Only use words and structures you have studied before or that you came across in the text.

3. If you’re not sure about a word, make a note of it (so you can look it up later) but then find a synonym or another way to express that idea.

Phase 3 - Polish

1. Proofread what you wrote and correct any mistakes you made. You can also make a note of any structures you’re not sure about. You can look them up or ask me about them later.

2.  Proofread your writing task one more time and compare it with the original text/video.



  • Only use words/grammar structures you know and that you’re sure about
  • Always proofread what you write
  • Keep a “My Mistakes List” in front of you
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