Proofreading or editing?

Clients usually used the terms ‘proofreading’ and ‘editing’ interchangeably, while there are essential differences between the two. Proofreading involves rectifying spelling, grammar, syntax, punctuation, and formatting errors. Therefore, it normally occurs at the end of the writing process as a final step before submitting a paper that is otherwise ready to be published. On the other Read more about Proofreading or editing?[…]

Use of active and passive verbs

To use passive voice or not to use them

In general, sentences are either active or passive. In active sentences, the agent responsible for the action comes first in the sentence. In passive sentences, the person or thing acted upon (object) is mentioned first, and the actor is added to the end of the sentence using “by”.


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