I found Sharon A. Myers’ Reassessing the “Proofreading Trap”: ESL Tutoring and Writing Instruction very interesting and agreed with much of what she said. I have not personally had the experience of tutoring and ESL student, but one of my good friends is an ESL student, and I know that he often has more problems with grammar, wording, and academic standards when writing papers than with organization and content–something Myers says is often the case with ESL students. I agree with Myers that it is most certainly not unethical as a tutor to correct ESL students’ sentence-level errors, and that it can be helpful to their understanding of English syntax to do so. And I especially like that she drew the connection between writing instructors and second-language teachers. I would like to be this to any ESL students I tutor and help them as much as possible.