Dear Article Authors From India,
Every day, 3-15 new EzineArticles.com accounts are created by someone from India.
Most grasp the English language so well in every respect except for one problematic consistent mistake:
A large majority fail to put (1) space after the period and (1) space after the comma throughout your articles.
What’s up with that?
So far, I can only count a handful of authors from India (out of almost 500+ submissions from authors in India) who know how to properly punctuate the English sentence structure with respect to (1) space after the period and comma.
If you live or work in India, please spread the word that English at all times as a language, has one space after the period and one space after a comma. Always. Always. Always. Always. Always.
Here is what a sentence would look like by the typical author from India:
If you live or work in India,please spread the word that English at all times as a language,has one space after the period and one space after a comma.Always.Always.Always.Always.Always.
Short of banning all submissions from India (crossed our mind a few hundred times due to the excessive and consistent PUNCTUATION mistakes made by authors from India), we do delete about 80% of accounts that come in from India solely based on this mistake.
We can tolerate a spelling error or a simple grammar error as most articles are not perfect, but we can’t accept articles that have no space after each period and comma.
Help us accept more articles from authors in India by always including a space after every period and comma in your sentence structure.