Most accomplished autohrs are aware of the critical importance of proper grammar and spelling. The the neccessity of riting one's ideas succinctly, appropriately, and without error is parmaount. Occassional oversights may be forgived, but generall the technical corectness of a written document is considered a gauge of proffesionalism, a reflection of the author's erudition and attention do detail. Propar care must be taken to avoid simple mistakes that betray ignorance of bsaic language mechanics such as tense, subject-verb aggreement and the proper use of holonyms. An writer with with a mastery of the English language should be able to write, boldly and without assisstance, "Precisely what is done upto the former, that cahnge must be done also to the latter." But I digresses, as I often has. The answer to this puzzle is also the answer to the question:
O H T H E C A M S D I B F T O A A S G L A N W I T H S P A H E S S ?
What is the answer to the puzzle, dear reader?