hi im new my name is caitlyn but i want some input on what you think about this? i just got one of my stories critqued in my advance creative writing class yesterday. i knew it had some grammer issues but i just wanted to see what everybody thought about the story. i knew i had to work on things. anyway, my professor always look for good critques,within the story and the comments. with the comments we go by opening comments setting characterization plot title closing comments When i critque the stories i need to read i put time and effort into it. i actully read the story when i dont even like it. put suggestions and what needs to be worked on. Well the in the opening comment to my story this guy said "ugh... i knew from the bad grammer that this **** was going to hell." alright now i should take the critque as a writer and respect what he said and learn from it. but it did upset me to be honest. The other students and my professor said it in a nice way. The other students gave me suggestions to work on my story and how i could fix it which helped me. so i got my story back from everybody else. I look through my stories to see the comments and suggestions that were needed for my story. I looked through the one kids critque NOTHING. nothing in the text of my story no suggestions, one what i should work on . NOTHING, besides a rude comment in the back of my story. as i told you i knew i had to work on it before but here was the comment "ugh. the cliche annd bad grammer makes me itch." thats all. what i typed above is what we are suppose to go by. now i really dont think he took the time to critque my story or help me by suggestions like the other kids. Now what do you think? it was wrong , not right? he had to follow the gudelines that our professor gave us and he didnt. he gave the other girl we critqued comments and suggestions. Do you think he should have spent some time to even read my story? Was it wrong if he has to follow what the professor says? i want your input. sorry for the long story. hope you understand.