I've seen a few questions about CV's or Resumes. They generally are something like:
How can I improve this sentence for my resume? "I come to seeks opportunity, and am of bold character, for to have success in all of the goals I desire." Help me with seeks/seek and maybe "strong" instead of "bold"?
I think we do a disservice by answering such questions. We can help someone with fundamental issues with language, but a CV/Resume is a specialized document related to very important outcomes.
If a person asks to make a CV sentence sound better, I get this grating feeling that I don't want to help someone fix a sentence that shouldn't be going into a CV in the first place. Removing grammatical mistakes in something like this simply assures that trash cans get filled with more grammatically correct CV's.