There are many ways that you can improve your skills of writing Wikipedia articles, but following the rules and writing up to the standards expected by Wikipedians and readers alike is one of the best ways to start. I will provide a few directions that you should start going in to improve your skills, if you are just now starting out.
Do not use any words that the majority of readers might not understand. All ages of people use Wikipedias, coming from all over the world, and from all different levels of education. Do not write as if you are addressing a child, but write simply enough so everybody can understand what is going on in an article.
People from all over the world use the Wikipedia services found on Get Your Wiki. Never use any slang terms that could offend people of different races, cultures, or nationalities. Writers should also avoid using slang terms because translators may have a hard time understanding what exactly the word means, and could interpret it as meaning something different.
Never use information that you are not entirely sure is true. Wikipedia is an encyclopedia, which means that it should only contain factual and truthful information. If you see misleading or false information on another article, contact the last person who edited about it and share you concerns, or just go ahead and edit the article if you think it should be changed.
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If you happen to be writing about a fiction article, the page does not have to contain factual information that translates to the real world, but must be full of information that is true in the fictional world that the book takes place in.
This goes for any type of writing, but spelling should always be correct. If you were somebody else who was reading an article you helped contribute to and there was a spelling discrepancy in the article, you might not want to keep reading because the whole article might be chock full of things that are misleading or simply not true.