I have been a professional writer and editor for more than 30 years, taught speech and English composition at the university level, and have developed speech and English composition courses and seminars for businesses. I am experienced in editing a wide variety of materials, especially business, scientific, and other academic papers. I am familiar with all the major style guides.
I have edited any number of graduate papers and other technical materials in such advanced fields as civil and electrical engineering and semiconductor fabrication. I have extensive experience in working with non-native English speakers.
Hi John, I can't actually do the edits to bring it down to that time limit because our speech cadences and timing are likely quite different. But I can note that even i the first paragraph there are
Hi Dave, I think that when instructors give assignments such as this they should include a brief exposition about what they expect their students must do to complete the assignment. However, the following
Hi Hame, I'm not sure there's a single word for that, but in this country we often reserve specific lanes for what are termed "high-occupancy vehicles (HOVs). These generally require at least two people
Hi Ryo, Sorry if I didn't explain it adequately. Your two sentences in which you compared the he/him - who/whom in number 2 are not really alike. If I had known who/whom that was, I would have spoken
Hi Ryo, Who/whom is one of the features of the language that a great many people get wrong. Plus, preferences in ambiguous situations may very well be changing. In many instances, even if you get it