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    Academician or Linguist

    One of my friends is dealing with her dissertation now, and looking for a proof reader as well. The international office of the University provides a list for the proof readers. Some proof readers are linguist, some of them are academicians. For the proofreading of the piece of academic work which profession would you recommend, a NES academician on that subject or a NES linguist? For ex: She is a tourism student who is writing her dissertation, she has two alternatives. One of them an English former tourism lecturer and the other one is an English linguist. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Academician or Linguist

    I'd go with the tourism person. That person knows the lingo, and also might catch things in logic that go beyond what a proofreader would find.

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