Thanks for the edits, Jon. Always appreciated.
Thanks for the edit, Jon.
Thanks for awesome feedback. I asked Domani and Panov how each spell their names in English. Both said with a Y at the end, rather I. Thus, Dmitry, and Sergey.
Just saw your message now. For some reason I thought I'd be notified via email when you've responded.
Anyhow ... THANKS.
I appreciate the notes, I've locked them in my vault and will make sure to put it to good use from here on out. It is, however, kind of confusing so I hope it sinks in sooner then later.
San Antonio, Orlando, Chicago, Dallas --- has signed XYZ. Spurs, Magic, Bulls, Mavs -- have extended deal for ....
I hope this was the HAS/HAVE linkage you meant and that I nailed it. Lol
Good eye with RC being R.C., I missed that. Thanks.
I know Marjanovic has no H in his name. It must have been an added typo.
Re: Intentions is spelled like that and not "intensions." Be consistent with your pronouns. - I got you, thanks again.
When you're talking about a team and using its city name, make sure to use singular pronouns when referring to it. Ex: "San Antonio has taken a calculated risk on a proven international talent with a freakish frame, and have..." -- not following here, can you please explain?
Make sure to always omit the list comma—the one between the last item of a list and the "and." Ex: "...humble, zero ego, and approachable." -- I will look to remember this. comma, then and. Got it.
Remember that "it's" means "it is," while "its" is a possessive. -- I know this, typo, auto check I guess.
Per B/R style, height should be in format: feet'inches" Ex: "7-foot-4 Serbian" Otherwise, nicely done. -- I have a problem with aesthetics. 7'4" makes my stomach rumble, rather 7-foot-4 looks cleaner to me. I'm weird like that, but point taken.
Thanks for great feedback, Jon.
Thanks for the edits Jon! I appreciate how fast you were able to catch everything.
Thanks for the edits on my England article, Jon.
Thanks for the edits, John, For the Chicago, it actually is both ways. It's commonly called both over various releases.
Appreciate the help, especially with the modifiers.
Thanks for the edits tonight, Jon. Appreciate the feedback.