Watch what you type guys. There are some proofreaders
I am afraid you should hyphenate "proofreaders". Proof-readers
Proofreader is also acceptable.
Just wanted to add this, too. :D
Proofreaders is also acceptable.
Your English is American. Mine is a British one.
Besides, do not you think that "proof-readers" is a compound word that should be hyphenated?
I'm afraid you're mistaken Ahmed. I speak British English. What's more, the link I gave you was to the Cambridge English website - Cambridge English being British English.
Originally Posted by Ahmed88
IMHO, I think both hyphenated and non-hyphenated are acceptable. ;)
P.S. Say 'Mine is British', not 'Mine is a British one'.
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