It's often difficult to spot mistakes in your own text. Experts say: This is not due to stupidity or negligence, but with the fact that our brain solves more complex tasks, says Prothom Alo.
In the process of writing a text, people do many things automatically and do not think that they convert letters into words, and words - into sentences. They try to combine suggestions into complex ideas to convey the content of the written.
Psychologist Tom Stafford of the University of Sheffield says: "When writing, we try to convey content. This is a very high level task. It's hard to catch every detail, since we are not computers or databases." According to him, by checking our work, we know the meaning that we want to convey. Evaluating the meaning of the written, we miss more detailed details.
People do not see their typos because the version on the screen competes with the version in their heads. Tom Stafford advises you to move as far as possible from your work, so that it seems to be someone else's. To do this, you can change the background color or font, or print the job and check it manually.