Proofreading and editing are two distinct processes that are often used in the revision and improvement of documents. They serve different purposes and involve different levels of detail and changes. Here are some of the differences between proofreading and editing. More
There are some folks around the world who will say English is an easy language to learn.
And, to an extent, they are right. The basics can be simple without needing to memorize
cases and genders of each noun, yet the intricacies and patterns of English can be a true
nuisance in the long run.
Nothing makes sense and there are more exceptions to the rule than there are conformant
So, it’s easy to see how minor errors creep into academic editing when the correct
proofreading techniques have not been used. Yet, these are the reasons behind work being
rejected by academic publishers and digital research libraries. More