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  1. Doubt what you write more often. Search for rules that confirm your correctness or point out your mistakes (the presence of the Internet and all sorts of Wiktionary greatly facilitates the task).

    Do not limit yourself to spelling words, but move on to the correct construction of phrases, sentences, and punctuation.

    Ultimately, sentences and words are tools for expressing your thoughts. Even if everything is written without errors, but the meaning of the text is not clear, then the letters are wasted ))

  2. Sometimes it helps me that I often write on the phone and I have a good auto-fix. Sometimes when I write something, I remember how it was on the phone and correct the error, if there is one

  3. I don't agree with people who advise you to learn the rules and cram exceptions. Researchers (e.g. Krashen 2002, Cook 1912) did not find a strong correlation between spelling and the number of hours in the school curriculum devoted to memorizing words and rules. Moreover, Cook's study found no difference at all by the fifth grade between the spelling of children who were taught spelling instruction in grades 3 and 4 and similar grades of children who had no such lessons at all.But every time they find a very strong correlation with reading.

    Read more, and the sooner you start, the better. Anything and everything is interesting, most importantly-more. Through this, what the Germans call Sprachgefühl, the sense of language, develops.This alone will not give you perfect spelling, but you will get good, and most importantly, automatic spelling skills, and then you can spend a little time studying the rules to bring such instinctive spelling to the required level.

  4. Zd o rovo that you are concerned about this issue. My recommendations will be simple and obvious, but the other way, faster or less labor-intensive, will hardly be more effective.�

    1) Learn and memorize the rules of the Russian language. The Russian Language Reference book by D. Rosenthal is a great help, everything is in one place, structured and clearly relevant. In the paper versions, there are exercises for self-checking. This way you'll know what's right and wrong and why, and you'll be able to find errors in your own and other people's texts.

    2) Write by consciously applying the rules you've learned. Test yourself.�

    3) Not everything is explained in the rules, so keep a spelling dictionary handy. Take your time�study it thoroughly.

    4) Create the right environment. Exclude illiterate texts from your reading circle (in general, you can practice finding errors in them, but then you will get tired :). Get used to the good stuff. Choose to read non-translated literature or translations made before the 2000s. Your brain must remember the correct spelling and construction of sentences. Being well-read will help you write correctly on the machine.

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