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Professor edits Academic Writing, ESL dialogs

English as a Second Language writers often need help from a native speaker to copyedit and proofread their content. A copyeditor reviews content for grammar, word choice, idiom use, idea flow, language, verb tense, syntax, and style. The editor should be able to apply different style manuals, such as the Chicago Manual of Style, the APA Publication Manual, and the AP Stylebook. An editor helps the writer develop transitions between sentences and paragraphs, as well as correct other grammar mechanics. A proofreader reviews for punctuation, typos or typographical mistakes, and spelling. Professors make particularly good editors and proofreaders because they spend much of their time with students on these tasks. ESL speakers may need more heavy copyediting for their books, journal articles, dissertations, theses, conference papers, curriculum vitae (CVs), resumes, and research. Good editors use Microsoft Word for ease in citations and to track changes made. Professional editors improve style devices, such as making sentence construction parallel, eliminating unnecessary passive voice, and omitting needless words. Editors also repair poor grammar construction and resolve stumbling blocks that might confuse readers. Good editors make sure that you have defined key terms and used them consistently throughout the paper. ESL editors can also correct language lessons and dialogs. A good dialog illustrates proper grammar and sentence structure, as well as proper idiom use. Good punctuation and spelling is important, too. The best editor and proofreader is a professional who is committed to making your English content look flawless and as though it was created by a native English speaker.







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