Are you unsure whether to use the active of passive voice? Our editors explain why using the active voice will make your academic papers stronger.
When am I supposed to use capitalization? If this is a question you ask yourself, then listen to this podcast.
When proofreading something you wrote, it can be easy to miss certain grammar and spelling mistakes. Watch out for these common errors!
These editing and proofreading tips for bloggers will help the you optimize your posts and get the most out of your online publications.
It's common for many people, including business professionals and first-time Scribendi.com clients, to be a bit unclear about the differences between editing and proofreading.
As you are writing your novel, it is helpful to keep some tips in mind that will help strengthen your overall storytelling. One way to improve your writing is to use the active rather than the passive voice. If you are interested in learning more about active and passive voice, listen to this podcast!
As part of the Editing Tips series, this podcast gives suggestions about how to make comparisons in academic writing in order to give your reader all the necessary information. Tips and examples of how to avoid a phantom comparison are supplied to help ensure the clarity of your writing.
In formal academic writing, the placement or improper use of "only" is a mistake that can affect the clarity of your work and potentially change the overall meaning of your sentences. This podcast details how to avoid the wandering only and also gives examples.
If you are looking for professional help with your writing, it is important to know what you need help with. The differences between editing and proofreading are outlined in this podcast. Knowing these differences will help you obtain the most appropriate service.
Scribendi's infographic about the difference between editing and proofreading.