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Day 1 Revision to clarify pronoun reference Spelling out ordinal numbers Correct spelling of plural Basing it loosely on actual historical events and figures,

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1 Day 1 Revision to clarify pronoun reference Spelling out ordinal numbers Correct spelling of plural Basing it loosely on actual historical events and figures, Shakespeare completed Macbeth in The setting is Scotland in the 10 th and 11 th centurys, when King James’s family, the Stuarts, first came to the throne.

2 Day 1 Shakespeare completed Macbeth in 1606, basing it loosely on actual historical events and figures. Revision to clarify pronoun reference The setting is Scotland in the tenth and eleventh centuries, when King James’s family, the Stuarts, first came to the throne. Spelling out ordinal numbers Correct spelling of plural

3 Day 2 Elimination of faulty parallel structure Correction of unclear pronoun reference Correct comparative form of adjective Revision of stringy sentence Macbeth is brave and has nobility, but they are offset by his overwhelming ambition. Lady Macbeth’s ambition is no littler than her husband’s, and she is hard and she lacks his subtle awareness.

4 Day 2 Macbeth is brave and noble, but these traits are offset by his overwhelming ambition. Elimination of faculty parallel structure Correction of unclear pronoun reference Lady Macbeth’s ambition is no less than her husband’s; however, she is harder and lacks his subtle awareness. Correct comparative form of adjective Revision of stringy sentence

5 Day 3 Formation of plural possessive Use of commas in a series Subject and verb agreement Use of subordinate clause to combine sentences In Macbeth, the witches prediction the murders and the sleepwalking create a mood of foreboding. The images of blood and darkness proliferates. The horror intensifies.

6 Day 3 In Macbeth, the witches’ prediction, the murders, and the sleepwalking create a mood of foreboding. Formation of plural possessive Use of commas in a series As the images of blood and darkness proliferate, the horror intensifies. Subject and verb agreement Use of subordinate clause to combine

7 Day 4 Because he becomes involved in a series of events that lead to his downfall, Macbeth has a tragic flaw. In their attempt to seize the throne, him and his wife ignore their conscences. Correction of commonly misspelled words Correct pronoun case Subject and verb agreement Correction of faulty subordination

8 Day 4 Because Macbeth has a tragic flaw, he becomes involved in a series of events that leads to his downfall. Correction of faulty subordination Subject and verb agreement In their attempt to seize the throne, he and his wife ignore their consciences. Correct pronoun case Correction of commonly misspelled word

9 Day 5 Macbeth gives in to his evil impulses and looses all emotion, in the end, he can’t even respond to his wife’s death. He concludes that life was only “a tale…signifying nothing.” Verb tense compatibility Use of semicolon to correct run-on sentence Correction of commonly confused words

10 Day 5 Macbeth gives in to his evil impulses and loses all emotion; in the end, he can’t even respond to his wife’s death. Correction of commonly confused words Use of semicolon to correct run-on sentence He concludes that life is only “a tale…signifying nothing.” Verb tense compatibility


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