Tag Archives: Professional

Editing and formatting: Chicago Citation Style Basics

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This blog post is yet another of the series that covers the most essential/basic components of the major writing styles that are used globally to communicate and disseminate research publications to the worldwide audience that can be fellow researchers, teachers, institutions, and policymakers (to name a few). In this post, we would cover the basics of the Chicago citation style ... Read More »

Editing for: MLA (Modern Language Association)

This blog post is one of the educational series in which we’re highlighting the most basic (and often ignored) aspect of a research-style that must be incorporated in every single paper be it a term paper or a dissertation. The purpose is to educate you as well as let you know how small things can have a major impact. As ... Read More »

Paraphrasing Examples: Good vs. Bad Sentences

A number of students and professionals approach us on a regular basis asking us ‘What is good paraphrasing?’ This post has been carefully ‘crafted’ to combine the most effective resources from the Internet on “Examples of paraphrasing – Good vs. Bad”. The post also offers 100% genuine, professionally written examples of good and bad paraphrased sentences. This is expected that ... Read More »

What is professional paraphrasing?

When it comes to professional paraphrasing services, this question, What is professional paraphrasing?’ often comes to mind since paraphrasing was until now considered to be a regular writing activity. However, this is not so. Let me now very precisely prove my point, i.e. why paraphrasing is something that a specialist write can do better than anyone else. First, the dictionary definition ... Read More »