WP:Good article usage is a survey of the language and style of Wikipedia editors in articles being reviewed for Good article nomination. It will help make the experience of writing Good Articles as non-threatening and satisfying as possible if all the participating editors would take a moment to answer a few questions for us, in this section please. The survey will end on April 30.
Would you like any additional feedback on the writing style in this article?
If you write a lot outside of Wikipedia, what kind of writing do you do?
Is your writing style influenced by any particular WikiProject or other group on Wikipedia?
At any point during this review, let us know if we recommend any edits, including markup, punctuation and language, that you feel don't fit with your writing style. Thanks for your time.
Yes, I always look for feedback and suggestions on the articles I write. I know my writing may not be the best, so any help is appreciated. I don't do that much writing outside of Wikipedia, and if I do it's mostly for school-related projects. And yes, I really think that my writing has improved because of having to keep up with the standards of the WikiProject Tropical cyclones. JuliancoltonTropicalCyclone 13:49, 21 April 2008 (UTC)